Ukraine's cyber resistance, this response that Putin had not anticipated

Faced with Russian military superiority, Ukraine is betting on digital communication and cyberattacks.


Ukraine's cyber resistance, this response that Putin had not anticipated
During a demonstration in support of Ukraine, in Paris, on February 26.  (VALENTIN IZZO / Hans Lucas via AFP) (VALENTIN IZZO / Hans Lucas via AFP)During a demonstration in support of Ukraine, in Paris, on February 26. (VALENTIN IZZO / Hans Lucas via AFP) (VALENTIN IZZO / Hans Lucas via AFP)

“  The Russians started this war by firing bullets and missiles at Ukrainian civilians. It's intolerable. I will put all my computer knowledge to destroy the Russians in the digital field. It's my way of fighting for what I believe in. Charles (the first name has been changed) is a Syrian computer scientist in his twenties who has just enlisted in the "Ukrainian cyber army"  . This is not a formal force, but a call for mobilization launched to all those who support Kiev in the world: "  We need all the digital talents [to] fight on the cybernetic front" , thundered, in English, Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukrainian Minister for Digital Transformation and Deputy Prime Minister. Call heard. Nearly 300,000 people have already registered on the dedicated channel in the Telegram application, piloted by the Ukrainian authorities, to follow the instructions for cyberattacks to be carried out. "  I do what I can to contribute to the war effort ," claims Jarn, a 29-year-old Belgian, married to a Ukrainian and who has lived in Kiev for a long time. We have a lot of family there. I must help however I can, using my computer skills to thwart the Russians. »

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