The websites of Moscow opposition TV station "Dozhd (Rain)" and newspaper "Novaya Gazeta" newspaper did not withstand hacker attacks on Tuesday and are accessible to users since 11:00 am Moscow time, AFP
reports from Moscow. The website of radio Ekho Moskvy was also hit by a cyber attack.
The Kavkaz Center has been under the KGB attack for 5 days already, but the news was completely ignored by" international" media (we have never expected any coverage about us from Russian democratic media, knowing too well that they are all imperialistic), even though they are all aware of this, and moreover, we specifically notified the same AFP via Twitter about our jamming by the KGB yesterday.
The AFP report from Moscow does not contain a single word about the Kavkaz Center, although the kc jamming fits well to their story.
Nevertheless, some Polish media did report about the attack on the Kavkaz Center, emphasizing that, from the very start, we have been disclosing to Russian audience the truth about Russia's terrorist attack on Polish presidential plane in Russia on April, 2010.
"Yes, it is a DDoS attack. Our experts are doing their best to restore the normal operation of the site", Russian-democratic media and The New York Times quoted the chief of the Moscow TV channel Dozhd as saying.
Another powerful hacker attack was launched by the FSB against a number of Russian democratic media outlets on May 6, when the previous opposition rally of the March of Millions was held in Moscow. In addition to Dozhd, the DDoS attacks were then conducted against websites of Ekho Moskvy radio, newspaper Kommersant and an opposition news agency Slon.
A forum of independent Polish journalists, Salon24
, reported in an article dated June 11 and entitled "Start of attacks by KGB men on websites (Początek ataków KGBowców na strony internetowe)" about the cyber-attack by the Putin's terrorist cabal of the KGB (FSB) on the Kavkaz Center. The Polish article says:
"Continuous attacks on the website Kavkaz Center have been continuing for four days. Its Swedish ISP says it is a new type of attack.
The controversial website Kavkaz Center is a source of interesting information about Russia and from the beginning, it has published all new findings in Poland about the crash near Smolensk.
On June 12, there will be the March of Millions in Moscow - the largest protest of the opposition. Searches and arrests of opposition leaders have been taking place in recent days.
On June 9, a law on penalties for participating in illegal gatherings was signed (by Putin - KC) in Russia, which effectively eliminates a possibility of a legitimate protest.
This is just the beginning of the KGB regime; depriving people of information is the first step, and it does not help that the servers are located in the "west", in civilized countries.
Department of Monitoring