Rutube, a Russian video platform gets hacked by Anonymous! Know the reason behind it

Rutube, a Russian video platform went offline for the second day on Tuesday, after a massive cyberattack that striked out just hours before it was to stream the Victory Day parade on the Red Square in Moscow. This attack came after two months when Russia launched a “special military operation” in Ukraine.

About this attack, Rutube informed by posting a message on Telegram. The platform stated that this attack is one of the biggest cyberattack in the Rutube’s history.

It said, “Restoring or accessing the platform again will take more time than engineers first thought.” However its website displayed a message ssaying that t was working on restoring access after the hack.

The Russian institution’s sites were, constantly from past two months have cyberattacked. And now, hackers have reached Rutube. The video hosting site has now come under a massive cyberattack. The platform also sent a message on Telegram saying “Someone really wanted to prevent Rutube from showing the Victory Day parade”.

The Ukrainian media on Monday published the photos that claimed to show a hack of Russian television channels. These channels included MTS, NTV-Plus, Rostelecom and Winx. They also featured a message with it saying “the blood of thousands of Ukrainians and children is on your hands. No to war”.

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