IT Army of Ukraine claims to have destroyed Russian Miranda-media!

The IT Army of Ukraine has claimed that the biggest Russian internet provider in Crimea known as Miranda-media was destroyed. Their website was defaced by the group in an effort to show their support for Ukraine. Both Russia and Ukraine are fighting a never-ending war with each other.

The IT Army revealed the news on its Twitter handle captioning, “Crimea is Ukraine!πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ One of the biggest Russian internet providers in Crimea “Miranda-media” was destructed.

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Accordingly, LLC Miranda-media provides access to the Internet resources using its own data transmission channels, providing instant access to the Russian and foreign networks. Also, it provides high-speed transmission of large volumes of traffic, as well as any information and multimedia content can be approached on the global Internet.

Initially, when Russia invaded Crimea in 2014 Ukraine was unable to resist it to get it’s territory back. The Russians were been forcing the Ukrainians in Crimea and Southern Ukraine to use the Miranda Media, which routed through Moscow. However, now, the Ukraine appears to be finally in a position to fight back. The IITians of Ukraine have destroyed the Russian Miranda-media, gaining a huge success against Russia.

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