The FRwL team threatened a newly created Military Media Centre of Ukraine with their Somnia locker

Prior to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Western intelligence services alerted of potential cyberattacks that may move elsewhere and wreak “spillover” damage on global computer networks.

Microsoft claims that numerous important Ukrainian institutions, such as nuclear power facilities, media organizations, and governmental organizations, were breached by Russian hackers following the invasion.

Even though it is difficult to track the goals of each hack, a significant incident happened on March 1 when a missile strike against Kyiv’s TV tower coincided with large destructive cyberattacks on Kyiv-based media.

Recently, the FRwL team threatened a newly created Military Media Centre of Ukraine with their Somnia locker. They are posting for advanced warning and it seems like they are pretty much confident.

The message sent by the FRwL read: 

“On August 18, a military media center was created on the basis of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine:
“Military Media Center”, which should become the only source of information in the field of defense.

Representatives of the communication departments of the Ministry of Defense, the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Security Service of Ukraine, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the National State University, the NPU, the State Fire Service, the State Emergency Service, the State Security Department, the State Service for Special Communications and Information Protection, and Ukroboronprom (Ukroboronprom as sociability, remember our acquaintance) will interact as part of the center.

Kyiv believes that the joint information work of the communication units of the law enforcement agencies of the Outskirts will ensure the promotion of a unified information policy to counter the Russian Federation.

What an interesting target for our baby – Somnia!
Let’s start work SBU warned in advance.

Have a nice day everyone, FRwL team”



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