From cyber attacks suffered 10 percent of computers in Ukraine

От кибератаки пострадали 10% компьютеров в Украине

Cyber attack in Ukraine brought down to 10% of private, government and corporate computers.

The result of a hacker attack that took place on 27 June in Ukraine, were put out of action of up to 10 percent of private, government and corporate computers. This was announced by Deputy head of the presidential Administration Dmitry shymkiv, reports Voice of America.

According to him, the figures are approximate, they do not include some categories of computers in commercial organizations. Half of infected government and business computers are completely out of order, said shymkiv.

Deputy head of the AP also noted that in particular was affected important infrastructure, but mainly business.

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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