A hacker from Rostov attacked the websites of Russian companies because of dissatisfaction with the policies of the Kremlin
He was sentenced to two years in a colony-settlement and a fine of 500 thousand rubles.
Zheleznodorozhny District Court of Rostov-on-Don sentenced to two years in a colony-settlement and a fine of 500 thousand rubles to Ivan Bayandin, who confessed to a hacker attack on the websites of Russian companies related to the country’s critical information infrastructure.
According to the investigation, Bayandin, who has special knowledge in the field of information technology, found a resource on the Internet that made it possible to block the work of sites operating in the banking sector, in the field of the fuel and energy complex and in the field of communications. The motive for his actions was a negative attitude towards the actions of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine.
The court found Bayandin guilty of using a computer program and other computer information, knowingly intended to unlawfully influence the critical information infrastructure of the Russian Federation. The verdict of the court has not yet entered into force.
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