About a half of the 30 hacker attacks on the web site of Russian President Vladimir Putin during his Internet conference, which took place on Tuesday, came from abroad, Russia's Federal Agency for Government Communications and Information /FAPSI/ reported. Measures taken by the agency's specialists, its spokesman said, prevented the hackers from breaking into the network, RIA Novosti announces. The spokesman recalled that such attempts to torpedo Internet news conferences of Russian leaders have been taken before. During a similar news conference by Russia's first president Boris Yeltsin, about 20 hackers' attacks were neutralised.
Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said during a meeting with journalists that Kyiv could be Russia's ultimate goal in the special military operation in Ukraine