SBU closed ten anti-Ukrainian sites

СБУ закрыла десять антиукраинских сайтов

The owner of the stolen passport

Projects were designed on the stolen passport of a Ukrainian.

The security service of Ukraine blocked 10 websites to disseminate anti-Ukrainian propaganda. About it reports a press-Department service.

“The SBU has prevented the next episode hybrid of Russian aggression against Ukraine. Thwarted intentions of foreign intelligence services use a network of more than ten Internet sites for distribution among Ukrainians of Russian propaganda and destructive materials containing separate calls for the Commission of crimes, investigation of which is within the competence of the organs of state security”, – stated in the message.

Established in late 2014 during the stay of the citizen of Ukraine working in Russia he had stolen the passport at the railway station of Voronezh before returning home.

It soon became known that the Russian secret service cleverly used this fact in the name of the Ukrainian, there were about 10 sites that were used “as an element of a hybrid war to destabilize the situation in Ukraine.”

“Taken by the security service of Ukraine measures sites have been blocked. A citizen of Ukraine refused to work in Russia because of the threat of provocations of the Russian special services”,- summed up in the SBU.

Recall that the global hacker attack virus-the extortioner Petya 27 Jun struck IT systems of the companies of Ukraine and some other countries, mostly affecting the Ukraine. The attack targeted the computers of the oil, banking, energy, telecommunications, pharmaceutical companies, the websites of government agencies. 1 July, the SBU said that it had established the involvement of Russian security services to attack the virus.
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On 4 July the Department of postal and telecommunications, together with experts of SBU and Prosecutor’s office of Kyiv has stopped the second stage of a cyber attack Petya.

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