Ukraine at D+92: Artillery, DDoS, and remittances in a hybrid war. (The CyberWire) Fighting in the Donbas becomes an artillery duel as Russia reconstitutes its armored forces with obsolescent tank stocks. DDoS continues to be the principal mode of hacktivists acting in the Russian interest. And sanctions are having the side effect of inhibiting ransomware gangs.
Russia-Ukraine war: what we know on day 93 of the invasion (the Guardian) Fresh strikes in Kharkiv kill nine civilians as Ukrainian officials admit Russia has the ‘upper hand’ in fighting in the country’s east
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: List of key events, day 93 (Al Jazeera) As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 93rd day, we take a look at the main developments.
UN says over 4,000 civilians killed in invasion of Ukraine so far (Al Jazeera) The UN human rights office has updated its official count, but says the actual death toll is likely much higher.
Ukrainian volunteer fighters in the east feel abandoned (Washington Post) Stuck in their trenches, the Ukrainian volunteers lived off a potato per day as Russian forces pounded them with artillery and Grad rockets on a key eastern front line. Outnumbered, untrained and clutching only light weapons, the men prayed for the barrage to end — and for their own tanks to stop targeting the Russians.
Ukraine morning briefing: Russian soldiers ‘regret actions our troops committed’ (The Telegraph) Plus: Moscow is ready to help end food crisis (but there’s a but), while Zelensky warns towns are being wiped from the face of the