Ukraine Elections: Electronic Files of Central Election Commission (CEC) Disabled by Hackers. Unconfirmed Report

Dnipropetrovsk Administration Computer Network Destroyed by CyberBerkut

In-depth Report:

According to an unconfirmed report by the Cyber Hacker group CyberBerkut, the  Dnipropetrovsk Administration Computer Network has been destroyed. In an earlier May 23 statement (reported by the Russian media) CyberBerkut pointed to the fact that the electronic files of the Ukraine Central Election Commission (CEC) had hacked.

“We, CyberBerkut, have totally destroyed the network and electronic infrastructure of the Ukrainian Central Election Commission as a protest against legitimation of the Kiev junta crimes,” says a statement emailed to TechWeekEurope.“We declare that the Unified Information-Analytical System ‘Elections’ created under complete control of the United States ceased to exist.”

The following statement as well as the earlier report pertaining to Ukraine’s CEC has a bearing on the orderly conduct of the Ukraine elections.

We, CyberBerkut, have hacked and eliminated internal computer network of the Dnipropetrovsk region administration today.

After we destroyed the CEC information and analytical system “Elections”, Igor Kolomoysky, the Ukrainian oligarch, created the headquarters in Dnepropetrovsk to legitimize illegal presidential elections and to falsify their results.

We, CyberBerkut, affirm the junta has become tangled in lies commenting the so called elections. The Central Election Commission (CEC), the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), the Interior Ministry and the State Service for Special Communications are lying that the information and analytical system “Elections” is still in order!

Kaspersky Lab has already declared that the SBU and the State Service for Special Communications lied about “a virus in the system”. Avakov, the head of the Interior Ministry, has refuted the lies that “the CEC system is operating normally”.

The junta tryed to rebut Avakov’s statements 12 hours after they appeared but it was too late. This indicates the impostors in Kiev are bewildered and have lost control over the situation. They have already started a ‘witch hunt’ trying to assign culprits among the ‘traitors’ in the CEC.

There is an atmosphere of fear and terror among the members of the Central Election Commission and local election commissions employees. They are not allowed to make any comments to the situation. They are controlled by militants from the “Right Sector” and “Maidan self-defense” units under the guise of election commissions security officers.

We, CyberBerkut, declare that we control the CEC internal network communication system even now. We confirm the whole system is out of order. The CEC and the regional commissions transfer service information just by phone and via employees’ personal e-mails. All attempts by Kiev junta to prove the contrary are ill-omened. They have nothing to show reporters except the imitation at computer desktops. (emphasis added)

Were these statements to be verified, the Ukraine elections as well as the results of these elections would be invalidated.

To consult the files of CyberBekut (Russian), see below:

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