Hackers operating in Russia increased the number of cyber-attacks which targeting ordinary Ukrainians.
According to Ukrinform, this is according to the State Service for Special Communications and Information Protection.
The number of information and psychological operations targeting the Ukrainian population via social media and chat messengers is increasing, according to reports.
The attackers are sending phishing emails to Ukrainians in order to steal their personal information. Meta warns that previously obtained credentials could be used to hack into the accounts of military and public figures. The Russians deface the hacked accounts with propaganda and appeals for Ukrainians to submit.
Hackers frequently speculate on patriotic themes and government payments to the populace in phishing emails.
Citizens are urged not to accept letters from unknown senders, not to click on any links attached to such messages, and not to submit personal information in the necessary forms, according to the service. Citizens are urged to establish two-factor authentication in social networks and other platforms that support such services, according to officials.