Hackers Reportedly Demand Ransom Following Russian Ministry Website Hack
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The website of Russia's Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities appeared to have been hacked, with an internet search for the site leading to a "Glory to Ukraine" sign in Ukrainian.
Russia's state news agency RIA said that other unidentified media had reported that hackers were demanding a ransom to prevent the public disclosure of users' data. However, a ministry representative said that users' data were protected. Separately, Ukraine’s UNIAN news agency reported the broadcast of the Ukraine-Wales soccer match by OLL.TV online was temporarily hacked. (Lidia Kelly / Reuters)
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