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Log in to Mike Dvoசிக்கசிக்கk’s email box This case is explained by the Homeland Security Agency

A report by Minister Mike Duorsic on the hacking of his and his wife’s Internet accounts is being handled by experts from the Internal Security Agency, a spokesman for the Special Services Coordinator told us. The notice, which was submitted yesterday evening, was sent to the Homeland Security Agency yesterday.

APW computer scientists are examining all the circumstances surrounding the acquisition of the accounts of the head of the Prime Minister’s Office and his wife and the authenticity of the documents released to the Russian Telegram ambassador. Due to the tracks abroad, this matter is taken very seriously.

We handle information about potential attacks and hacker attacks using cybernetics tools. We are dealing with an attempt to publish information that is part of a kind of misinformation struggle against Poland. All of this needs to be analyzed by experts – Stanislaw Żaryn, spokesman for the Coordinator for Secret Services, told RMF FM.

As RMF FM reporter Tomas Skory noted, we should not rely on further information on this matter – the results of APW activities will first go to the most important people in the country.

Mike Dvoசிக்கசிக்கk’s email box has been hacked. There is the report of the Minister

The information that hackers broke into the private email box of the head of the Prime Minister’s Chancellor, Mike Djorsik, and his wife was leaked by Onet yesterday.

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Agnieszka Dvo்சிக்கk’s profile on Facebook showed a message from Mikey Dvo்சிக்k, in which he stated his “Email box hacked by unknown individuals”.

“Criminals have stolen official documents containing confidential information and may be used to harm the national security of the Republic of Poland. As evidence of alleged Polish interference in the internal affairs of Belarus (Original spelling) “- he quotes the Onett record. Agnieszka Dvoசிக்கசிக்கk’s profile soon disappeared from Facebook.

More than two hours after the information was released, Mike Djorsik released a statement. “Regarding related reports Hacking my email and my wife’s mailbox and our social media accountsRelevant state services were notified, “he wrote.

“Given the publication of information on the Russian social network Telegram and the fact that I, a person who has been a staunch supporter of democratic change in the former Soviet Union, have been barred from entering Belarus and Russia for 11 years, I consider this attack as a component of a wide range of activities. Misinformation and misinformation,” Wrote.

Dvoோர்ிக்k promised His email inbox does not contain “classified, privacy, confidential or top secret” information. However, he did not explain whether the documents published in the Telegram were genuine.

The Minister also stressed that The input on his wife’s account “contains fabricated and misleading content.”

“I can assure you that the purpose of this type of cyberotack is misinformation, so the relevant special services of the Republic of Poland take all necessary explanatory action,” he stressed.

According to Onet, Break’s information was to be telegraphed by the Russian ambassador, but its authenticity was not confirmed.

According to Onet, it was published, among other things, “a set of documents required to submit to the Council of Ministers the legislative and programmatic functions of the draft law relating to strategic reserves”. Among them is a document from the Department of Strategic Studies of August 2020, which made recommendations for the convenient settlement of Belarusians in Poland. This document describes the situation of the Polish minority in Belarus and the possibility of repatriation.