Cyber-War: Hacktivist Groups in Russia and Ukraine Pledge to Uphold 8 Rules for Hackers

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In a significant development amid the ongoing cyber-war between Russia and Ukraine, the two largest hacktivist groups involved in the conflict have publicly committed to de-escalating cyber-attacks. And they will adhere to a newly established set of 8 rules of engagement known as the “Geneva Code of cyber-war.” 

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This groundbreaking agreement comes following the release of the first-ever set of rules for civilian hackers by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), marking a critical step toward mitigating cyber-attacks’ impact on civilians in the region.

Since the invasion of Ukraine, there has been a relentless onslaught of disruptive cyber-attacks targeting public services in both Ukraine and Russia. 

These attacks, though largely unsophisticated, have successfully caused temporary disruptions to banks, companies, pharmacies, hospitals, railway networks, and civilian government services. And has affected the lives of ordinary citizens on both sides of the conflict. 

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