The uncertain origin of informatiquedu "Snake" that has infiltrated computers Ukrainian government virus virus >>> It is difficult to trace the exact origin of the "Snake" who infiltrated the computers of the Ukrainian government, according to several experts interviewed virus at Cebit Hannover Messe (northern Germany), while under suspicion Russia. Michael Goedeker, sales director at the British Sophos says that the virus detected in Ukraine "is based on a portion of Snake, a much larger program." "It looks like a very detailed and sophisticated as some countries use to spy strategy," he adds. As for what this virus can destroy information or damaging infrastructure, it is not safe. Eugene Kaspersky, head of the Russian computer security company Kaspersky, is affirmative. "Snake is a spy virus (…) just espionage. Some sources say that it is a cyber weapon but it is not one. " According to him, Russia is undergoing similar attacks. As he considers it "just activists, not states." A report by the British defense group BAE Systems explained Saturday that the virus appeared in 2006, was deployed more aggressively since 2013 and recorded 44 attacks since 22 had been in Ukraine. Snake operators act primarily in a week and time zone corresponding to Moscow, the group based in the United Kingdom.
Reports That control tower in # Simferopol Airport is Seized by "unknown" armed forces. I Heard helicopters flying really low year hr ago. – Jenan Moussa (@ jenanmoussa) March 10, 2014
For the fifth time in ten days, the Security Council of the United Nations met in closed session at the Ukrainian crisis Monday. Negotiations between Russians and Westerners have not resulted yet no compromise and meeting requested by Ukraine ended with a dialogue of the deaf. The referendum of 16 March in the Crimean peninsula, initiated by the pro-Russian parliament of the Ukrainian Autonomous Republic for eventual unification with Russia, was at the center of debates. This election is deemed illegal by Kiev and Westerners. For the French Ambassador GÃ©rard Araud, "if the Crimea was annexed by Russia would be very dangerous." "This meeting was a call to Russia not to go in that direction and begin a negotiation," he has said. But despite Western pressure, "the Russians show no sign that they are willing to listen to us." "The situation is worsening day by day (..) there is a sense of urgency," said he even said after a meeting that lasted only two hours. NATO said Monday sending AWACS radar planes to conduct reconnaissance missions over Poland and Romania, neighboring Ukraine. These flights "will strengthen the capacity to monitor the situation," NATO and "take place only over the territory" of countries belonging to the Atlantic Alliance, said an official in Brussels. It states that "there is absolutely no raise tension." The United States, the most powerful NATO countries, have decided to intensify parallel air joint training with Poland and increase their participation in the protection of the airspace of the Baltic countries. Earlier, the European Union was worried about the lack of signs of escalation in the crisis in Ukraine. "Instead, it seems that there are signs of a strengthening of the Russian military position" in Crimea and "growing isolation" Peninsula "vis-Ã -vis the rest of the country," said Maja Kocijancic, spokesperson of the Chief EU diplomacy, Catherine Ashton. British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday evening that "the crisis in the Crimea was a test for Europe", in an interview with German newspaper "Bild" published Tuesday. "Yes, we are on the side of the Ukrainian people and their right to decide their future. And no, we do not accept that Russia violates the sovereignty of Ukraine and stomps. We are united together for the rights of Ukraine! And we will impose tougher sanctions if Moscow does not change course, "said he said. FBI agents working in Kiev to help Ukrainians to investigate "the huge kleptocracy government of Yanukovych," said Monday the U.S. ambassador in Kiev. "We have experts in Ukraine FBI, Department of Justice and the Treasury" to help Ukrainian investigators "to reveal the financial crimes committed by the previous regime and see what we can do to recover some of its assets" has he added. The European Union has frozen for fraud last week the assets of Viktor Yanukovich, the former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and six former ministers, businessmen and leaders of the forces of Ukrainian order. The Swiss authorities have also ordered the freezing of assets of Viktor Yanukovych and his son Oleksandr multimillionaire whose fortune rose during the reign of his father. Ukraine occupies the 144th place in the list of 177 countries in the Corruption Perception of Transparency International. "The group of the World Bank (WB) has received a request for assistance from Ukrainian interim government and stands ready to help the Ukrainian people," said the institution without specifying what form this assistance. This behemoth development only specifies that the amount of assistance could reach "up to $ 3 billion." New Kiev authorities have requested financial assistance from the International Monetary Fund, which they expect "at least" fifteen billion dollars, having claimed that the coffers were "empty". The World Bank, the United States is the largest shareholder, finance already $ 3.7 billion of existing projects in Ukraine in particular water supply and road infrastructure. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych will speak fallen Tuesday in Rostov-on-Don in southern Russia, said a source close to his entourage, quoted by Russian news agencies. The pro-Russian former president fled to Russia since his dismissal by the Ukrainian Parliament on February 22, had already expressed on February 28 to say that he remained "the legitimate president of Ukraine". Russian forces consolidate their position day after day in the Crimea. Gunmen especially off the power of the General Staff of the Ukrainian Navy in Sevastopol, they encircle several days, according to the Ukrainian military. After cutting the Ukrainian terrestrial channels, separatists have also cut military radio. According to the tweet of a journalist, armed men reportedly invested in the evening the control tower of the airport Simferopol. Thirty-six volunteers were sworn in on Monday in Simferopol before the pro-Russian Prime Minister Crimean SerguiÃ¯ Axionov to become soldiers of the defense forces of the breakaway republic recently created. Front of a forest of cameras around the world, SerguÃ¯Ã¯ Axionov, protected by two bodyguards and bulletproof vest under his shirt, thanked them for their "dedication during this difficult time." "You are now the bulwark of the people of Crimea," he has said. Speaking to the press afterwards assured SerguiÃ¯ Axionov have so far been taking the oath to become 186 volunteer soldiers. "We have no intention of going to war with anyone," he said. "We just want to freely decide our destiny. That is why we create our armed forces. After the referendum, they will be integrated into the Russian military, "he added.