Ukrainian Government Websites Hit by Massive Cyberattack!

Did we just see the first shots fired in WW3? Russia is on record that cyberwar would be another option should NATO fail to give them security guarantees. Here we go. From

Several websites run by Ukrainian government agencies fell victim to a serious cyberattack on Thursday night, leaving many inaccessible on Friday. The hackers left a warning for Ukrainians, telling them to “expect the worst.”

Writing on Twitter, Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Oleg Nikolenko described the hacking as a “massive cyberattack.”

“Our specialists have already started restoring the work of IT systems, and the cyber-police have opened an investigation,” he wrote.

Aside from the Foreign Ministry site, the hackers also went after the website for the Cabinet, as well as the Education, Agriculture, Energy, and Sports Ministries. The Diia portal, which provides Ukrainians with access to some 50 government services, was also made unavailable.

After hacking into the websites, the attackers placed a message on the home page in three languages: Ukrainian, Russian, and Polish.

“Ukrainians! … all your information has become public, be afraid and expect the worst. This is for your past, present, and future,” the message read, noting that all data on citizens would be destroyed and impossible to restore.

However, according to the Security Service of Ukraine, a preliminary investigation indicates that no personal data was leaked.

The hackers stated that the attack had been initiated as revenge against the Ukrainian far right. In particular, it mentioned the Volhynia massacre of 1943-45, when up to 100,000 Poles were ethnically cleansed by the Nazi-supporting Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. Source: RT

Of course this is already being blamed on the Russians, with or without evidence. Is this the false flag to start WW3? Sooner or later it will begin. Prayed up and prepped up!

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