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Written by SOT.COM.AL 16 Mars 2023
Russian hackers appear to be preparing for a new wave of cyberattacks on Ukraine, including virus attacks that threaten organizations that serve as Ukraine's supply lines, a Microsoft report published March 15 said.
The report, authored by the tech giant's cybersecurity team, has revealed some new revelations about how Russian hackers operated during the conflict in Ukraine and what is expected to happen in the future.
"Since January 2023, Microsoft has observed threatening Russian cyber activity that is being tailored to increase the destructive capability of intelligence gathering in Ukraine and its partners' civilian and military assets," the report said. A group "appears to be preparing to resume a destructive campaign."
The Microsoft team's findings come as Russia is sending new troops to the battlefield in eastern Ukraine, according to Western security officials. Ukraine's Defense Minister, Oleksiy Reznikov, warned last month that Russia could increase its military activity after launching its invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022.
The Russian Embassy in Washington did not want to comment on these findings.
Experts have said that the tactics of combining military operations with cyber attacks are similar to what Russia has done in the past.
Microsoft found that it has a sophisticated Russian hacking team that is well-known in the cybersecurity research community. This team is testing "new cyber attack capabilities that could be used for destructive attacks on organizations outside of Ukraine that perform key functions for supply lines to Ukraine."
Since January 2022, Microsoft said it has recorded attacks against 100 Ukrainian organizations.