The vast majority of DDoS attacks targeted the websites of the Ukrainian President's Office.
Ukraine's State Service for Special Communications and Information Protection says the system of government agencies' secure access to the Internet blocked 10,767 various cyber attacks within a week, from May 27 to June 2, which was 56% up from the previous week.
"The system of government agencies' secure access to the Internet blocked 10,767 different types of attacks, which was 56% up from the previous week. Application level attacks in the network accounted for the lion's share (99%). Moreover, 25 DDoS attacks were blocked, the vast majority of which targeted the websites of the Office of the President of Ukraine," the agency's press service said on June 2.
In just a week, the cyber defense system of state information resources and critical infrastructure facilities recorded 115,459 suspicious events, which was 7% up from the previous week. The vast majority of recorded suspicious incidents included the detection of non-standard protocols or events (66%), network scan attempts (27%), detection of network trojan malware (3%), web attacks (2%), and attempts to obtain administrator rights (2%).
"The government's Cert-UA response team during this period registered and processed 2,451 cyber incidents, which was 27% down from the preceding week," the report said.
The vast majority of processed incidents belong to the UACOM domain zone (about 99%). The largest number of incidents relates to the spread of malicious software (accounted for 94% of the total number) and phishing (4%), the press service added.