To hit supply chains. These are Russia’s tricks in Ukraine

Although Russia has recently announced its preparations for the resumption of negotiations with Ukraine, it has again stressed the need for the West to recognize Moscow’s annexation of 4 Ukrainian regions, which brought back to zero the possibilities for negotiation.

Amid these developments, accusations have once again been leveled at Russia for failing to take the dialogue seriously, as a report by US tech giant ‘Microsoft’ confirmed that the Russian government is working again to coordinate cyber attacks on infrastructure of his neighbor.

with the aim of disrupting supply chains

He confirmed in detail that the planned Russian attacks would be carried out with rocket strikes, especially after the withdrawal of Moscow forces from the areas in Ukraine, in reference to Kherson, according to a report published by Politico magazine.

The information also indicated that the Kremlin is now seeking to expand cyber attacks with the aim of disrupting military and humanitarian supply chains and weakening Western support for Kiev.

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The tech giant also says the campaign could be a warning from Russia to expand cyberattacks beyond Ukraine’s borders.

He stressed that Moscow could also focus on the countries and companies supplying Ukraine with vital supply chains for aid and weapons this winter.

Many accusations

Interestingly, during the previous months of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, there have been many reports of Russian penetrations of Ukrainian satellite systems, energy companies and other critical infrastructure, which have raised international concerns about how Moscow could implement its advanced cyber capabilities in following .

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And Microsoft itself accused Russia last year of carrying out attacks on infrastructure companies in Ukraine and Poland with the aim of attacking companies involved in providing military and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine.

He also confirmed that 55 percent of the nearly 50 organizations that have come under Russian attacks since last February are vital infrastructure companies, noting that local experts have helped contain the effects of those attacks.

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