The website of the Department of justice Odessa region was attacked by unknown hackersUncategorized January 7, 2018
KIEV. January 6. UNN. Unknown hackers broke into the website of the Main territorial administration of justice in the Odessa region, resulting in hundreds of gigabytes of data of the Ministry of justice was in open access, reports UNN with reference to Facebook page management.
“The main territorial Department of justice in the Odessa region reports on the temporary shutdown of the site in connection with the establishment of circumstances that could lead to technical malfunctions. Currently, with the support of the staff of management of security Service of Ukraine and the black sea management postal and telecommunications work is underway to establish the cause of this incident”, – reads the statement.
Cyberactivity reported that open access was hundreds of gigabytes of documents of the Ministry of justice.
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