Multiple reports just coming in.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but it seems to be that not a single major Russian bank is having its website up right now.
I’ve tried all big Russian banks I know, none of them is working.
I wonder why 😳
— 𝗛𝗮𝗿𝗶𝘀𝗵 𝗧𝗢𝗠𝗔𝗥 (@iharishtomar) March 1, 2022
Not one Russian bank website is working today.
See for yourself:t.co/RD2jMChm3yt.co/Q0xRODFwxf Or t.co/rx14XJXhZ1t.co/6dViaOEeUH
For comparison, try clicking Ukraine’s Bank. Works fine:t.co/rQvtWkEqsY
— West Coast Intel (@WestCoastIntel) February 28, 2022
All the Russian bank websites are offline currently. t.co/Uge20UkaZf
— Flangela Rayner (@TerryKauffman13) February 28, 2022
Every Russian bank websites have been hacked and are down ..The Kremlin’s own website as been hacked as well …The thing is might flatten Ukraine but he never wins and he simply doesn’t have enough troops to permanently occupy the nation ! So he eventually as to withdraw
— Woke Kooshy (@Koosh123456) February 28, 2022
Russian bank accounts/banking websites are down. The famous hackergroup Anonymous
has hacked and closed many websites that russia uses for money deposit and other. The war is still brutal and gore. Stay Safe!#RussiaUkraine #WW3 #BreakingNews @YourAnonOne
— Breaking – News (@HaterSkole) March 1, 2022
Hacker specialist #Anonymous has reportedly said if Russians don't start protesting by Friday, it will transfer all money in #Russian bank accounts to the #Ukraine army. Considering they took down the Russian gov't website yesterday for several hours, that's a legitimate threat.
— Rob Adler (@radlercracker) February 28, 2022