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Ukrainian hackers have broken into an online conference involving Russian railway workers and representatives of the occupying administrations.

Source: sources of Ukrainska Pravda in the cyber community; video provided to UP

Details: The UP’s sources say this video conference took place on 22 June 2023.

The meeting focused, in particular, on the issue of “switching to a single transport document” for the transit of goods between Russia and the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.

The video shows a person addressing the Russians: “Fellow railway workers, for supporting military aggression against Ukraine…”.

He is interrupted at this point.

The representative of Russian Railways asks to find out why “moderator Kirill missed the inclusion of unauthorised persons into the meeting”.

Then the Russians tried to resume the agenda of the meeting, but the next speaker also turned out to be a Ukrainian hacker who managed to convey his message to those gathered there. This is where the broadcast and recording ends.

Quote from the Ukrainian hacker: “Regarding this issue, the partisans have mined all the roads, you will now be completely f***ed, the SSU [Ukraine’s Security Service – ed.] will f**k you up. You bi***es will all be dead, you bloody invaders.”

Background: In April, hackers, together with a Ukrainian prankster, broke into the online broadcast of a Russian-Iranian expert conference Cooperation in a Changing World. They swore that every Russian occupier would face retribution from the SSU.

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