Georgian TV channels and state institutions were hacked

Hackers posted on the website of the President of Georgia a photo of the former head of the republic Mikheil Saakashvili with the inscription “I’ll be back”.
Hackers on Monday hacked not only the website of Georgian President Salome Surabishvili, but also the servers of Georgian TV channels Imedi, Maestro and GDS, as well as the websites of courts, mayors of Batumi, Kutaisi and local governments, Georgian media reported.

As reported, on Monday morning hackers posted on the website of the President of Georgia a photo of the former head of the republic Mikheil Saakashvili with the inscription “I’ll be back” (“I’ll be back”). The Georgian Interior Ministry has launched an investigation.

Currently, the president’s page is not working, the TV companies have restored work, but in an emergency mode.

According to Georgian experts, the hacking attack may have been carried out to obtain classified information from the president’s website. Experts note that Georgia was subjected to such a scale of a hacking attack in August 2008, when there was an armed conflict in South Ossetia.

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Earlier it was reported that hackers mocked Greta Tunberg at the airport of Odessa. On the scoreboard of The Airport of Odessa, hackers posted a photo of a Swedish eco-activist with the words “Fuck you, Greta”.