Television channels in Crimea were hacked on Sunday. The Russian surveillance authority immediately began cutting off the signal.
Anonymous carried out another operation against the Kremlin. This time, the collective hacked Russian TV channels available in Crimea, as reported on one of its Twitter accounts. Instead of standard content, a video about the upcoming Ukrainian counter-offensive was broadcast on television.
Anonymous, known for many activities carried out as part of “Operation Russia”, including taking over access to the Kremlins monitoring, hacking Russian enterprises, or attacks on the most important government institutions, once again hit Russian TV stations. The last attack concerned those that are available in the Crimea. The stations broadcast material informing about the upcoming Ukrainian counter-offensive. The video shows soldiers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces making a gesture of silencing.
Television channels in Crimea were hacked on Sunday. The Russian surveillance authority immediately began cutting off the signal. Viewers sitting in front of the receivers, however, managed to see the material of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense. They will remember this video for a long time.
“In the temporarily occupied Crimea, including Sevastopol, the transmission of several TV channels was hacked and a recording about the Armed Forces of Ukraine was played on them” Serhiy Bratchuk, spokesman for the Odessa administration, wrote in Telegram.
It is difficult to say what the real meaning of this gesture is. Most likely, this is an element of a psychological game, and the material prepared by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense is intended to arouse anxiety among Russians living in Crimea. The Ukrainians have been carrying out attacks on the peninsula for a long time and have announced more. In turn, the occupying authorities of Crimea openly admit that they are preparing to repel them.
Residents of Crimea saw the video of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense. In the recording, soldiers of the occupied country call for information silence before the counter-offensive. The Unionan agency published a fragment that soon after the broadcast also appeared on the Internet.
“Cable TV channels began to cut off the signal due to the attack,” the Russian watchdog later reported, quoted by Unian. As pointed out by the adviser to the head of the occupation government on the peninsula, Oleg Kryuchkov, terrestrial television “works normally”.
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DATE OF CREATION: 2023-06-05 19:33:26 · READERS: 144