Ukraine is hit by a massive cyberattack that targeted government websites

Enlarge this image

A laptop screen displays a warning message in Ukrainian, Russian and Polish that appeared on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine after a massive cyberattack on Friday. Valentyn Ogirenko/Reuters

Valentyn Ogirenko/Reuters

Dozens of Ukrainian government sites have been hit by an ominous cyberattack, with hackers warning people to “be afraid and expect the worst.”

The attack took over websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cabinet of ministers and security and defense council, posting a message on screens in

→ Continue reading at NPR - Technology

More from author

Related posts

Advertisment

Latest posts

Wendy's Roasts Jack in the Box by Making Fun of McDonald's: 'Somehow Not the Worst'

The Wendy’s Twitter account is notorious for its cheeky commentary, jabs and not-so-subtle jokes at other brands and companies — especially its fast-food rivals...

Understanding the Differences Between Hiring Freelancers, Contractors and Employees

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Very often, entrepreneurship starts as a solo venture or a partnership. But as the...

COVID Q&A: What to know about San Jose’s booster-or-test mandate

San Jose this week approved a new ordinance mandating that anyone entering city-owned facilities such as the SAP Center for large events must prove...