Unidentified persons hacked the e-mail of the Russian Embassy in Austria
Unidentified persons hacked
The embassy asked not to open attachments and links from letters that came from his address. The e-mail of the Russian Embassy in Austria was hacked by hackers, the diplomatic mission said. According to diplomats, there is reason to believe that the attackers managed to hack into the account, so users are asked not to open links and attachments sent from the embassy’s email address. The diplomatic mission indicates that spam is being sent from her mail. Recipients are asked not to open attachments or click on links. The source of the attack has not yet been identified, the technical service is working to fix the failure. A year ago, the Russian Embassy in Austria was already subjected to a cyber attack
… Since the beginning of 2019, employees of the department began to note the systematic absence of an
unprecedentedly large number of people who then registered through the electronic queue system for admission to
the consular department of the embassy. At the same time, the number of applications themselves in the number
of areas of consular work has increased significantly. also, Complaints from citizens began to arrive that making an
appointment was often possible only months in advance. Experts checked for possible manipulation of information
networks from the outside and identified more than 300 applications automatically issued from IP addresses in Iraq, Thailand, Indonesia, and a number of other countries.
In 2016, a hacker known as Kapustkiy allegedly hacked into the website of the Consular Section of the Russian Embassy in the Netherlands(ambru.nl) and stole the personal data of resource users. The compromised information included e-mail addresses, phone numbers, passport details, and IP addresses of about 30 thousand users.
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