Cyber Army Russia Reborn Cyberattack Targets Australia

These assaults on Australian companies occur as the nation reaffirms its support for Ukraine.

by Ashish Khaitan May 13, 2024 in Dark Web News, Firewall Daily, Hacker Claims Reading Time: 2 mins read 0

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Following Australia's vocal support for Ukraine, the nation finds itself targeted by a . The recent alleged Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks on Australian entities, including two prominent organizations in Australia — Auditco and Wavcabs.

The , orchestrated by Cyber Army Russia Reborn, seem to be a response to Australia's solidarity with Ukraine. While the precise motives behind these attacks remain unclear, the timing suggests a correlation between Australia's stance and the cyber onslaught.

Cyber Army Russia Reborn Cyberattack Targets Australia

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Wavcabs, a transportation service, and Auditco, an auditing company, were among the targets of these . Wavcabs' online services were disrupted, with users encountering connection timeouts when attempting to access the website. Similarly, Auditco faced technical difficulties, as indicated by error code 522 on their site earlier. 

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The Cyber Express has reached out to both organizations to learn more about this Cyber Army Russia Reborn cyberattack. Despite the severity of these cyber incidents, both Wavcabs and Auditco have not issued official statements regarding the attacks. 

The lack of response leaves the claims of Cyber Army Russia Reborn's involvement unverified, highlighting the complexity of attributing cyberattacks to specific actors.

Australia's Support for Ukraine

These assaults on Australian companies occur as the nation reaffirms its support for Ukraine. The Albanese Government's commitment to aiding Ukraine was recently reinforced with a $100 million assistance package. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence, Richard Marles, revealed the assistance during a visit to Ukraine, where he witnessed firsthand the impact of Russia's aggression.

Australia's $100 million aid package to Ukraine includes $50 million for military assistance, prioritizing Australian defense industry support for uncrewed aerial systems and essential equipment. Another $50 million is designated for short-range air defense systems, alongside the provision of air-to-ground precision munitions. 

Amidst ongoing , the nation's unwavering support for Ukraine highlights the complexities of modern warfare and the critical need for cybersecurity measures. This is an ongoing story and The Cyber Express will be closely monitoring the situation. We'll update this post once we have more information on these or any official confirmation from the listed organizations. 


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