Russian video hosting Rutube is recovering after a hacker attack. The general director of the service, Alexander Moiseev, said that the portal had almost switched to normal operation.
The CEO of Rutube announced the restoration of services after the attack by 99.9%, TASS reports.
“In terms of power, we are back to normal. From the point of view of functionality, I think we will reach all the functionality that we had initially before the cyberattack by the end of the week. As for the restoration of services, we are in normal mode. They recovered by 99.9%,” Moiseev said. He also said that the number of visitors to the video hosting is equal to the indicator that was before the cyberattack.
Recall that on May 9, the video hosting was subjected to a powerful hacker attack. Approximately 75% of the databases and infrastructure of the main version and 90% of backups and clusters for database recovery were affected. Positive Technologies specialists were involved in the investigation of the incident.