SBU: Russian special services tried to hack Ukrainian telethon

SBU: Russian special services tried to hack Ukrainian telethon

Russian special services tried to hack the national telethon. The SBU reported this on Tuesday, June 28.

– Enemy hackers tried to access the live video stream; to the live news feed; to individual computers of TV channel employees who are working with content, the press service said.

SBU cyber experts detected and blocked attempts to hack into the electronic systems of the channels participating in the marathon. According to the SBU, on the eve of the Constitution Day, the enemy wanted to use the telethon “for their own destructive information operations.” The SBU warned that attempts could be repeated.

– Cyber ​​attacks are part of Russia's targeted efforts to influence the Ukrainian information space, spread fakes and conduct a hybrid war, the security service concluded.

June 5 Russian hackers attacked the OLL.TV service during the Wales-Ukraine match for access to the World Cup. Instead of a game, they showed Russian propaganda news.

Since the beginning of the war, the United News telethon has been made by teams of six channels: Inter, 1 + 1, Ukraine and Ukraine 24, ICTV and STB, Suspіlne, as well as “Rada”.

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