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The source of mining messages was found in the Russian Federation - EastRussia | Far East

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The source of mining messages was found in the Russian Federation

The source of mining messages was found in the Russian Federation
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Roskomnadzor has restricted access to the Dutch postal service Startmail.com in Russia. This was done on the basis of the requirements of the Prosecutor General's Office, because through this mail service false messages were sent about the mining of social facilities from November 28, 2019 to the present.

According to Roskomnadzor, messages from the service also came from explosive devices planted in kindergartens, schools, colleges and universities, hospitals, train stations, airports, metro stations. At the same time, Startmail.com representatives did not provide, at the request of the Russian side, information about the persons administering the mailboxes.

The department noted that restricting access to the mail resource will not completely block the distribution channels of information about pseudo-mining. Experts note that blocking will not allow access to mailboxes only to users from Russia, as well as those who do not use proxy services.

Messages about the explosive devices planted since the fall of 2019 have been received massively by various institutions in the Far East. The last wave of mining took place in the Far Eastern Federal District on January 23, when false terrorists reported bombs in kindergartens Blagoveshchensk, Birobidzhan, Vladivostok, Khabarovsk and Komsomolsk-on-Amur. A deputy in the Khabarovsk Territory proposed увеР»РёС ‡ ить С € трР° С„ С ‹ P ений.