Acasa Stiinta-ITIT Site-ul OSCE a fost supus unui atac cibernetic

Site-ul OSCE a fost supus unui atac cibernetic

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Un atac informatic de amploare a vizat site-ul Organizaţiei pentru Securitate şi Cooperare în Europa OSCE, miercuri dimineaţă, anunţă organizaţia, citată de AFP.

Site-ul OSCE a fost supus unui atac cibernetic.

„S-au mobilizat forţe care încearcă să limiteze libertatea de exprimare; este inacceptabil”, a reacţionat, pe contul de Twitter, Dunja Mijatovic, purtătorul de cuvânt al OSCE.

„Nu se cunoaşte originea acestui atac”, a precizat Natacha Rajakovic, un alt purtător de cuvânt al OSCE.

Atacul cibernetic intervine în contextul în care OSCE este implicată în soluţionarea conflictului separatist din Ucraina.

5 comentarii

salut 04-06-2014 - 17:36

Foaie Verde Loboda, sau Hai Sa ne Bagam in Seama !

pathfinder 04-06-2014 - 17:50

VIENNA, 10 May 2012 – The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Dunja Mijatović, expressed concern today over the indiscriminate detention of journalists reporting on street protests in Moscow and recent cyber attacks on Russian media websites.

“The role of the police is not to detain and harass journalists, but to help them perform their professional duties. What happened in recent days must be thoroughly investigated and sanctions taken against those law enforcement officers who violated the rights of journalists to collect and disseminate information,” Mijatović said.

Media reports and blogs indicate that riot police harassed and detained dozens of reporters who were covering street gatherings in Moscow from 6 to 9 May.

Among those detained were Aleksandr Chernykh (Kommersant daily newspaper), Aleksei Saveleyev (lenta.ru online news agency), Tikhon Dzyadko (Ekho Moskvy radio station), Alevtina Yelsukova (Bolshoi gorod weekly newspaper), Sergei Minenko (Moskovskie novosti daily newspaper), Roman Osharov (Voice of America radio station), Timur Olevsky (Dozhd’ television channel) and Oleg Salmanov (Vedomosti daily newspaper). All journalists were eventually released.

At least four journalists – Ivan Kolpakov (lenta.ru), Vadim Kantor (Moskovskie novosti), Dmitry Zykov and Yevgeniya Mikheyeva (grani.ru online newspaper) were injured by the police.

“All law enforcement agencies must respect the rights of the media to freely do their work. Their freedom to report is the backbone of the public’s right to be informed,” Mijatović said.

“Authorities must also investigate cyber attacks on mass media websites during the protests. These attacks obstruct lawful, professional activity of journalists and must be investigated by the law enforcement agencies as a criminal act. Such attacks on websites are also a threat to cyber security, which today is one of the vital conditions for freedom of the media.”

On 6 May, the websites of Kommersant, Ekho Moskvy, Bolshoi gorod, Dozhd’ and that of the slon.ru online portal were made temporarily unavailable by distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. Some of them were planning to broadcast live from the scene of the protests.

ile 07-06-2014 - 22:36

si-au dat singuri foc la casa ca sa-si faca de lucru ,plauzibil

salut 08-06-2014 - 18:40

Iar imbecilul basist a venit iar cu un text de doi ani gasit prin vreun colt de internet, text care are legatura cu subiectul in discutie cat am eu cu presedintele Chinei.

UnUL 08-06-2014 - 18:44

Mda, plauzibil pentru dobitoci.

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