The website of the Information and Analytical Center of the National Security and Defense Council (mediarnbo.org/) has been attacked by hackers.
Once you try to enter the website the next message appears.
The press Center of the Council refused the QHA news agency to comment on the situation.
However, according to Ukrinform, having hacked the websites, the attackers posted the information about the alleged briefing conducted today, September, 30 by the representative of the Ukraine’s Defense Ministry Andrei Lysenko.
The website has been blocked from 7.30 a.m. Friday September, 30.
AS QHA reported earlier, May 10 Ukrainian hackers broke the major news sites of the terrorists with the so-called "DPR" and "LPR", thus revealing the structure of their "propaganda ministry."
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