NATO confirmed attacks on its official websites
James stottenberg confirms the reports of a cyber attack on the official NATO websites. He ensures that there was no loss of secret information that could compromise the alliance’s missions and operations.
NATO websites, including those of the Alliance Special Operations Forces Headquarters, were hacked on Sunday, February 12.
Cyber security experts were said to be actively investigating the incident, which affected “several NATO websites”. Earlier in the day, accusations were made on social media, particularly on Twitter, that activists from the pro-Russian group Killnet were behind the attack.
Previously, the Killnet group of cyber pirates, which the Western media linked to Russia, claimed responsibility for the attack on the official page of the US airbase in Rammstein Germany, the hackers have already become famous for carrying out several resonance cases, for example, the attack on Lithuanian after the Baltic country closed off transit to the Russian enclave of Galingrad, another hack was on the websites of the Bulgarian government and Austrian energy companies.