IT Army of Ukraine Russian Target List for June 8

Here’s today’s list. If you’re not yet a part of the largest hacktivist action in history, it’s not too late. #SlavaUkraini!

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New day, new target list! There was none yesterday, so I got a day off from staying up till 3am..although I didn’t know it in advance, so I stayed up till 3am.

Anyhoodle, let’s get into it, shall we? Let us do even so, forsooth!

Putin Weak, Zelenskyy Strong

Announcement from the IT Army of Ukraine

We’ve added more russian government web resources to our list ( Thanks a lot to everyone who searches and shares with us future targets via chat or email!

The proxy finder ( for mhddos_proxy is running on all OS again.

Доповнюємо список цілей ( іншими державними ресурсами рф. Дякуємо всім, хто також долучається до пошуків та ділиться ресурсами через чат або електронну пошту!

Шукач проксі ( для mhddos_proxy знову працює на всіх ОС.

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Hacktivist Target List from the IT Army of Ukraine for June 6

Be sure and check out our semi-regular hacktivist reports from the IT Army of Ukraine.

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Aaaaand we’re back. If the national capital could just keep the power and the internet both running at the same time, being a journalist in Ottawa would be a lot easier. Anyhoodle, let’s get to it, shall we?

For those tuning in late, every morning Ukraine time/middle of the night Ottawa time, the IT Army of Ukraine releases a list of Russian website targets they request help with. They’ve also created a number of cyber-weapons which they make available for download: Death by 1,000 Needles, for instance, automatically updates with each morning’s new target list so you’re always hitting the proper targets.

DDoS attacks like this depend on volume; the more people who participate, the more likely the targets are to be taken offline. And they only remain offline as long as volumes are high. The object here is not to deface, not to destroy, and not to infiltrate…

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IT Army of Ukraine update for May 29

Over on The Cryptosphere I’m posting the daily updates from the IT Army of Ukraine. This is probably the largest hacktivist action in the history of the world, and law enforcement by and large seems to be giving it the green light. Veddy interesting.

The Cryptosphere

We’re back in action after a week offline thanks to extreme weather in Ottawa. Until the next tornado, derecho, ice storm, or what-have-you, we’ll be back and updating target lists issued by the IT Army of Ukraine daily. As always, OPSEC is everything, although law enforcement agencies around the world seem to be giving out hall passes as long as your targets are exclusively Russian (with maybe a sprinkle of Belarussian targets just to shake it up a bit). But it’s best not to rely on the continuing goodwill of law enforcement agencies, particularly in countries which have recently flirted with flat-out oligarchy or worse, so take care that your own security is airtight before engaging in DDoS or any other kind of attack. Tor, then VPN.


Let’s just do this, shall we? All text below exclusive of headings is direct and verbatim from the IT Army of…

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Hacktivist Crew ILIT300 Phone Bombs Russians with Message of Support for #Ukraine

An exclusive interview with ILIT300, a hacktivist crew using spam calling techniques to troll Russians as part of #OpRussia

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Ukrainian Hacktivists Create a Phone Bomb in an Attempt to Persuade Russians to Stop Vladimir Putin from Committing War Crimes

Today’s article is an exclusive interview with #OpRussia hacktivist crew ILIT300

by guest reporter Nathan Dimoff.

  • When the Ukrainian government requested assistance from hackers, the amount of cyber assistance received surged.
  • Databases have been leaked, and websites have been taken down or defiled.
  • Hackers are now concentrating their efforts on infrastructure.

·Over the last week, hackers have heard the Ukrainian government pleas for help and have used every arsenal in their power to assist, including targeting Russian infrastructure.

The hacktivist crew known as The International Legion Information Technology Battalion 300 (ILIT300) claimed to have a phone bombing software that was created by Ukrainian hacktivists to send out pleas to Russian citizens in the hopes that they will speak out against the conflict in Ukraine. 

The Cryptosphere got the opportunity…

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Justin Trudeau looking preoccupied

The Pre-Occupied Briefing Bingo

Is it what, Wednesday already, Possums? We’ve lost track, having been somewhat preoccupied ’round these parts (of Ottawa) lately, not to mention having published roughly 10,000 words over the past two weeks. Not even counting Twitter (gotta be another 10k at least). While the initial Ottawa Occupation may indeed be over, there are two truck rodeos not far out of town waiting for the signal to launch #OO2.0. Meanwhile World War Three looms. It’s Rather A Lot, Possums. We are all preoccupied these days, between worry and working.



Yes, it’s really happening!

Yes, Possums, after what? A six month hiatus during which we each day hoped (and that, fervently, Possums, positively fervently) that we’d never need another card because the pandemic was surely over (the end of the pandemic being, apparently, around exactly the same corner as prosperity) after six months, we’re back with a new Bingo card!

But it’s not (Pandemic: over. Prosperity: just around the corner). We’re headed towards WW III, and here we are. We’re in this together.

Strap in and hold on, we’re coming in hot.

And we’re not even talking about our featured image! #BringBackTheBeard

Justin Trudeau looking preoccupied
Justin Trudeau looking preoccupied. And bearded

Our CPAC video is here, with just 380 watching which is what you get for announcing a 4pm press conference at what? 2pm? (Update: 12,000 a respectable number, a couple of hours later:

At a news conference on Parliament Hill, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to provide an update on measures implemented under the federal government’s declaration of a public-order emergency. He is joined by Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland as well as ministers David Lametti (justice), Marco Mendicino (public safety) and Bill Blair (emergency preparedness). The government invoked the Emergencies Act on February 14, 2022, as part of an effort to resolve ongoing blockades and protests in several parts of the country. A motion to confirm the declaration of an emergency was adopted by the House of Commons on February 21. Debate on a similar motion is still underway in the Senate.

And here are our bingo cards, including the new, less-pandemic-y, more-Ukrainian Eleventh Generation bingo card! Are you excited, Possums? I know you are.

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