Polish stock exchange banks knocked offline by pro-Russian hackers

In the most recent targeted attack, allegedly carried out by the pro-Russian hacktivist collective NoName057(16), the Warsaw Stock Exchange, several banks, and the Polish government’s website for public services were taken offline on Monday.

It seems that pro-Russian hacktivists are now targeting the Polish financial sector, just days after two bad actors were detained for breaking into the Polish public train system.

Around 10 a.m. on Monday in Poland, the Russian-affiliated NoName gang announced the strikes on their secure Telegram channel.

The Warsaw Stock Exchange was the gang’s first target after they cited a tirade by a well-known, politically conservative Polish columnist who recently wrote about the Central read more Polish stock exchange banks knocked offline by pro-Russian hackers.

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