Hackers “destroyed” the web resources of several ministries, including the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Justice, but Lukashenka’s website is working.
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Anonymous hackers reported on their Twitter account about the attack on several of the largest government websites in Belarus and posted screenshots as evidence.
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According to the hackers, a large-scale attack was carried out on the state resources of the Republic of Belarus.
“A large-scale Anonymous attack against the Belarusian government [was carried out] for its complicity in the invasion of Ukraine. All major government websites are offline,” the hacktivists wrote.
The hacker group Spid3r, associated with Anonymous, reported in its public that in addition to the above sites, the following were attacked:
At the time of writing, the website of the Ministry of Communications was working, the websites of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the State Customs Committee were not, and we were also unable to access the KGB website, perhaps that was what the hackers meant by calling it the “State Committee”. We also add that the resources of the President of the Republic of Belarus and the Council of Ministers also worked.
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