Ukraine Cyber Security Team hacks into Zoom Call with Russians

A few of the Russian supports in Ukraine were held responsible for treason when they were caught red-handed by the cyber security forces of Ukraine during a zoom call. According to the press release, the supporters haling from Donetsk were on a video call when the law enforcement disrupted their call and force-appeared on their screens to slap them with the accounts of treason.

Members of the Donestsk People’s Republic were caught off-guard when their zoom call was interrupted by the security forces, who alleged them of betraying the nation for some materialistic lures put forward by the Putin led nation.

It all started in a cinematic way when the zoom conference was being attended by Gortsev Dmitry Anatolyevich, Minister of Internal Affairs, Deputy Minister of Medical Affairs, Martinov and 2 more people, Lenin and Anastasia.

A minute later, the organizer of the conference declared himself to be a member of Ukraine Security Service and passed on the message that all those involved in the conference will be prosecuted under the Article 111 of Criminal Code, State Treason and conducting immense damage to national security.

Now, the big question?

Is the Zoom conference platform open to cyber attacks?

Well, every technology seems to be foolproof these days and so is susceptible to digital invasions. From the Russian supports side, they were doing their duty by taking some nationals of Donetsk in confidence.

And from the perspective of Ukraine, all those involved were alleged to be betraying their home country and so must be punished.

But hacking someone’s digital communication system is not healthy online practice…. isn’t?


Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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