The NoName hacker group alleges to have attacked multiple Canadian government websites, though we don’t know to what effect. It’s unclear whether they’ve stolen any data or issued any ransom.

Highlights:

  • NoName has targeted the Government of Prince Edward Island, the Province of Manitoba, the Government of Saskatchewan, the Government of Nova Scotia, the government of Nunavut, the government of Northwest Territories, and the government of Yukon
  • The hackers posted about the attacks on their Telegram group
  • The NoName hacker group is known to have Russian affiliations and has previously retaliated against countries that imposed sanctions against Russia

Given the extensive nature of these alleged attacks, we can expect public announcements to be made very soon.

NoName Hacker Group Attacks Canadian Websites

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In total, seven governments have been allegedly hit by the NoName hacking group. As of right now, we don’t know the impact of the data breaches. We’re not aware of any ransoms being issued or any data lost.

However, it’s unlikely that NoName is lying about the data breaches due to their infamous reputation and attacks on other high-value entities.

In total, seven governments have been allegedly hit by the NoName hacking group. As of right now, we don’t know the impact of the data breaches. We’re not aware of any ransoms being issued or any data lost.

However, it’s unlikely that NoName is lying about the data breaches due to their infamous reputation and attacks on other high-value entities.