Employees of the security Service of Ukraine has identified eight companies that are using illegal spyware software of Russian origin. About it it is spoken in SBU message.

Security forces carried out searches and seized computer equipment in these eight companies. They used and implemented the Russian spy software with hidden functions, secret access, including information with restricted access, says the SBU.

“Last year, law enforcement authorities in the framework of criminal proceedings opened under part 2 of article 359 of the Criminal code of Ukraine stopped the activities of a commercial entity, which illegally implemented in Ukraine by the Russian software” – like security Service.

The security service of Ukraine today, on April 26, searched the office of Dragon Capital. As reported by the marketing Director of Dragon Capital Olga Belobrovskaya, result withdrawn part of the equipment. “The search was conducted in the framework of the law and decency. We have voluntarily provided investigators with all necessary information and at the moment the search is almost over. Seized not all computers. Back to work,” she added.

Belobrovskaya earlier reported that the security service searched the company with the court’s permission to seize the computer equipment. “We are talking about the illegal use of the software”, she said. CEO Tomas Fiala said that Dragon Capital uses only licensed software and there is no reason for concern.

Fiala believes that Abisko can be associated with the events surrounding the shopping center SkyMall.

SBU has identified 8 companies that used the spyware software from Russia 26.04.2017

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