Italian police block pro-Russia attacks during Eurovision

Tom Allen
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Image: Eurovision

The authorities foiled cyberattacks pro-Russian groups Killnet and Legion during the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin last week.

The Italian police's cybersecurity department blocked several attacks by Killnet during the voting and the performances of Eurovision 2022's semifinals (10th and 12th May) and final (14th May). ...

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