Two Cyber Groups Associated With Iran-Backed Militias In Iraq Claim Dozens Of Attacks On Ukrainian Websites 'In Revenge For Dugin Daughter'

August 24, 2022

On August 23, 2022, two Telegram channels affiliated with Iran-backed militias in Iraq claimed responsibility for an alleged cyberattack against dozens of Ukrainian websites, to avenge the killing of Darya Dugin, the daughter of prominent Russian political philosopher and senior Putin adviser Alexander Dugin. According to Russian reports, she was killed near Moscow on August 21, 2022, when an IED was detonated on her car, in an operation perpetrated by the Ukrainian Special Forces.

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