hacking audio went viral
An investigation has additionally been introduced into the taking part in of the Ukrainian army anthem Oh the Pink Viburnum within the Meadow all through a lunchtime information bulletin on Kommersant FM. The editor-in-chief of Kommersant FM, Alexey Vorobyov, showed that his channel used to be hacked by means of some mischievous hackers. They instructed us we had been in truth hacked. Technical mavens at the moment are tracing the origins of the assault, attempting one thing to do with the web circulate.
Channel of Russia’s 5th richest businessman
One of the crucial different songs performed in this Russian FM channel come with the Ukrainian nationwide anthem by means of Russian rock band Nogu Swelo and “I Do not Desire a Battle”. An audio of this incident could also be going viral on social media. Kommersant newspaper and FM are owned by means of Russian elite businessman Alisher Usmanov. Alisher Usmanov is the 5th richest individual in Russia. The Eu Union considers Alisher Usmanov to be some of the favourite businessmen of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russian TV and radio stations had been hacked ahead of
Russian TV and radio stations had been hacked on a number of events for the reason that get started of the struggle with Ukraine. Russia’s professional Channel One used to be hacked in mid-March. All over this, the hackers had run the inside track of admitting and apologizing for operating false information at the channel. A Russian TV channel used to be additionally hacked on Would possibly 10, the day of the Russian Victory Day parade. All over this, the message “You may have for your arms the blood of 1000’s of Ukrainians and their loads of slain youngsters” used to be telecasted at the channel.