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Infostealer.Posteal

02/26/2015

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02/26/2015

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02/26/2015

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02/25/2015

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02/25/2015

Ukrainian governmental web-sites faced heavy DDoS-attacks for closing file-sharing service ex.ua

Ukrainian governmental web-sites faced heavy DDoS-attacks for closing file-sharing service ex.ua

On 31th of January 2012 Ukrainian law-enforcement authorities closed the file-sharing site ex.ua claiming that it infringes the copyright and neighbouring rights. The investigation into criminal case, initiated by such international companies, as "Adobe Systems Inc.", "Microsoft Corporation", "Graphisoft Inc.", had been led for half a year.

After conducting a search in the office and data-centers of ex.ua, officials seized a great deal of hardware, 100 servers, with more than 6 petabytes of content on them.

The results of investigation showed that the founder of ex.ua was a Latvian national.

It is still unknown how many people will face charges within the scope of this criminal case.

According to Ukrainian laws, the penalty for copyright infringement can be up to 5 years of imprisonment with confiscation of all copyright materials and hardware.

Such actions of Ukrainian officials caused several protests of Internet users in the country. Particularly, the participants of the operation “Freedom for EX.UA” in the social network VKontakte initiated DDoS-atacks on several sites of Ukrainian government. On the 1st of February the sites of Ministry of Home Affairs, Cabinet of Ministers, the President of Ukraine and others were not working properly.

As service ex.ua was shut down mainly for sharing unlicensed software, the question about the representatives of Ministry of Home Affairs using licensed software was brought up. It turned out that about 47% of all applications on computers used by Ministry of Home Affairs were pirated. Now the Ministry is negotiating with Microsoft on the legalization of software.

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