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British mobile phones were hacked before the attack on the military base Zavoriv

At least 35 people have been killed in a Russian airstrike on a military base in Zhaori.

Now British security sources claim that British mobile phones have been hacked and then attacked.

The Daily Mail writes that Russian spies allegedly collected telephone information from military installations in the UK.

Last Sunday, an attack took place on a facility in Zavori, near Lviv, a few miles from the Polish border.

At least 35 people were killed and 134 wounded when about 600 foreign volunteers trained for work in the country were attacked by about 30 robots.

Now Says the Daily Mail To do Russia The mobile phones of the British soldiers in the area were hacked and the target was selected.

Views of the Zavoriv site after the attack.

Ideal for the enemy

British newspaper numbers are said to have “illuminated” the Ukrainian mobile network, and the newspaper reported that the Russians had informed the Russians which buildings they could hit.

According to former intelligence official Philip Ingram, Russian spies are “monitoring the cellular network for extraordinary activities such as connecting foreign devices”.

He believes Russia has the opportunity to monitor communications from both land, air and space.

– But they may have hacked the networks from the inside, says Ingram To the Daily Mail.

He believes mobile devices are perfect when it comes to finding and attacking enemy targets.

– Awareness of these threats is low among British soldiers. Many people don’t think about digital expression as much as they think about physical expression, Ingram says.

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Russian spies for the military intelligence service GRU are said to have collected telephone data from mobile devices connected to the site at military installations in the UK.

The database of British numbers is now being compared to international mobile numbers linked to Ukraine during the invasion.

One of the 34 soldiers killed in the attack on the Javoriv military base was buried.

British Warning

According to British intelligence internal warnings, two such numbers would be enough to signify an attack on Russia.

“It simply came to our notice then. Not so for Russian forces. This cannot be overemphasized, ”the warning said According to the Daily Mail.

The training facility in Zavori is commonly used for international training and most recently in February, visited the United States.

Between 2015 and 2019, Canada conducted a training effort called “Operation Unifier”.

Swedish soldiers were also on site and participated in the training of Ukrainian soldiers.

An American trainer shows Ukrainian soldiers how to handle the M141 on a now-bombed military base. Stock Photo January 2022.