Cyberattack hits Ukraine government websites amid tensions with Russia

Hackers have hit around 70 Ukraine government department websites, forcing many of them offline. A message in Ukrainian, Russian and Polish on the country’s foreign ministry site reportedly read “Ukrainians! All your personal data has been uploaded to the public network. All data on the computer is destroyed, it is impossible to restore them.”

The page referenced “historical land” and featured crossed-out versions of Ukraine map and flag. “All information about you has become public, be afraid and wait for the worst. This is for you for your past, present and future,” the message is said to have read. Along with the foreign ministry site, the state emergency service,

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