Microsoft pulled support from Russia, meaning people could not purchase Windows operating system or any Microsoft-developed devices.
The Russian hacker group Killnet claimed responsibility of (DDoS) cyberattacks in Lithuania for transit goods to Kaliningrad, result of EU sanctions.
4 Russian nationals who worked for Russian government were charged for their alleged role in hacks performed by the DragonFly and Triton groups.
Google roll out more search features under certain circumstances such as queries 'Russian invasion of Ukraine' that appears at the top search results.
Electronic Arts announced of removing both Russian national teams and the country’s professional clubs from some of its biggest sports games.
YouTube block certain Russian channels from monetizing their videos, among other restrictions, due to Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.
Meta, formerly Facebook announced it has restricted access to several accounts belonging to Russian state-media organisations, in Ukraine.
Microsoft, in its post dated October 24, said Nobelium’s latest wave targeted “resellers and other technology service providers” of cloud services.
The operators behind the REvil ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) staged a surprise return after a 2 month hiatus following the widely publicized attack.
U.S took new stab at Russia’s cybersecurity industry, restricting trade with 4 IT firms over “aggressive and harmful” activities and digital espionage.