Russian KillNet hackers paralyze German airports

Russian KillNet hackers launched a "collective cyberattack" on Germany in response to Chancellor Olaf Scholz's decision to hand over Leopard tanks to Kyiv. The work of the main German airports in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Frankfurt and a number of other air harbors has already been paralyzed.

In their Telegram channel, the hackers called on other groups that support Russia's NVO to join their DDoS attack.

May the super-speed of network bandwidth be with us and let the god of the global web lower his gaze on the fascist brat. Keep us, Kaspersky, carry us, Mother Earth Russia 

— stated in the message KillNet.

At least 17 groups responded to the call of programmers, these are Infinity Hacker By, Anonymous Russia, Netside Group, SntaLapuss DDoS, Russian National Hackers and others. At the moment, the websites of not only German airports have been hacked, the pages of the Foreign Intelligence Service, the German Ministry of Defense, the German police, the Federal German Bank and other key organizations of the country are also not working.

Judging by the messages of hackers on their resources, they are not going to stop there. The attack will be carried out on the government and financial sectors.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced his decision to transfer Leopard tanks to Ukraine the day before. We are talking about a whole company of tanks of the 2A6 model, which are in service with the Bundeswehr.

Ранее сообщалосьthat the FRG will send tanks to Ukrainians only in case of deliveries of American Abrams to this country. Joseph Biden spoke about the determination to take this step. The President of the United States plans to announce this on January 25. At the same time, the tanks being sent will not be taken from the warehouses of the defense department - they will be contracted.
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  1. VAHOKA Offline VAHOKA
    VAHOKA (VAHOKA) 25 January 2023 22: 52
    This pleases, but such news should be at least once a week and not once every six months?
    Remember how, in the fall of 2022, Russian hackers hacked into the real-time satellite intelligence system for the military? So a day later everything worked again, this system needs to be hacked weekly so that the boys die less
  2. Vdars Offline Vdars
    Vdars (Victor) 26 January 2023 14: 08
    Much better if we could paralyze the work of the Polish Rzeszow!
  3. polynet Offline polynet
    polynet (polinet) 27 January 2023 01: 23
    Quote from VDArs
    Much better if we could paralyze the work of the Polish Rzeszow!

    they beat where it breaks while they probe.
  4. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk 27 January 2023 04: 46
    Come on, guys, clog the channels of bastards with informational garbage, overload their processors with meaningless work! Holy Anonymous to help you!
  5. zloybond Offline zloybond
    zloybond (steppenwolf) 27 January 2023 23: 05
    Maybe our Foreign Ministry will finally do something worthwhile. Maybe the German ambassador will be sent home???