China hit with cyberattacks intended for Russia
The cyberattacks have come mostly from the US and coincide with Russia's military operation in Ukraine.
According to Xinhua, the National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team/Coordination Center of China has reported several cyberattacks since late February.
The breaches all came from abroad the Republic and coincide with the Russian military operation in Ukraine.
Xinhua reported that most of the attacks came from the US in order to control Chinese computers and utilize them against Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine.
87% of the attacks were to be used against Russia.
At the end of February, the website of the Russian space agency Roscosmos has been subjected to a massive DDoS attack carried out from various IP addresses one more time, after the Anonymous hacker group's declaration of a cyberwar against Russia, the agency's press service said on Sunday.
"A massive DDoS attack from various IP addresses is being carried out on the website of Roscosmos. It is currently not available for visiting," a representative of the space agency told reporters.
According to NBC, Biden’s administration had been considering interrupting internet connectivity across Russia, turning off the country's electrical power and messing with train switches to obstruct Moscow's ability to replenish its military.