Posted: 2018-11-08 18:33
The "What Happening in Kaunas" news website said on Thursday, after the assault was completed in late October, it included fake news about the NATO's plans for Belarus.
"Urgent steps have been taken to locate and cancel this publication of the portal. We also started a detailed study of the content of this publication to access the portal, as it is evident from Original data that editorial members did not post the article. According to the IP addresses that published, edited and published this content, it became clear that the editor of the "What's going on" portal in Kaunas was cyber-burglary by strangers ", – his quotations Brigita Sabaliauskaitė in the article.
The title "NATO to attack Belarus" was published on the portal on October 25 at 4.30pm. However, the investigation revealed that the message was artificially imposed by delaying the date and time of the placement.
According to the portal, cyber attacks were held on October 26 between 13.11 and 13.43.
The BNS said that information was received from the Ministry of Defense on the attack on Wednesday.
According to him, portal workers did not notice false information of themselves, as it was late announcing the date and time it was in the news archive.
The company pulled the law enforcement and the National Center for Cyber Security for this assault.
BNS news agencies are not allowed to reproduce information on the mass media or on websites without the written consent of "BNS" UAB.
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