Pro-Russian hackers close to the GRU attack institutions, carriers and suppliers with DDoS. The operation is complementary to the Moscow military one: the objectives are shared.
Team OneFist launches Op Boomerang against Russian TLCs. Objective: to block the partial mobilization against Ukraine, hitting logistics and communications. The group is part of IT Army of Ukraine
Team OneFist, a member of the IT Army of Ukraine, launches Operation Op Boomerang, which targets Russia’s TLCs. Objective: to block the partial mobilization and the arrival of new soldiers in Ukraine. The group has put out of use dozens of routers linked to telephone and internet communications, in order to slow down the logistics of transfers of men, vehicles and equipment. The attacks are part of the maxi cyber warfare operation, launched by nearly one million volunteers, against Moscow in the aftermath of the invasion of the European country. Team OneFist, however, was already in charge of Op Sidewinder, where over 730 Edge routers, servers and switches in the Federation had been taken out of action. In addition, some industrial Power Logic Controllers (PLCs) had been hit, destroying at least five of them. Previously, around 4,500 routers had been blocked with the Op Dark Fiber.