The attackers posted texts on the main pages with insults to Vladimir Putin and Russians related to the operation in Ukraine. Soon the messages disappeared, but the information on the sites continued to remain inaccessible.
The courts of Moscow, Primorsky, Krasnodar, Khabarovsk Krai and other regions were attacked. By about 6:15, the message was gone, but the sites still did not open.
Inga Sorokina, a spokeswoman for the Primorsky Krai Arbitration Court, explained that all sites are on a single Moscow platform, so the hacker attack affected all pages.
This is already the 3rd case of mass deiface of sites on the territory of the Russian Federation recently. On February 28, the Anonymous group hacked the websites of TASS, Izvestia, Kommersant and other media. On the main pages, a plaque was posted in Russian with a call to stop the “special operation” in Ukraine. On March 8, one and the same “anti-war” picture appeared on the websites of the Federal Penitentiary Service, the Ministry of Culture and other departments.