A hacker from DVR hacked the American control system of the Armed Forces of Ukraine – the DELTA program.
Earlier, the Ukrainian military laughed at the Donbass military using paper maps, stating that “the Russians are still very far from such technologies,” showing how they see all enemy positions, barracks and armed forces warehouses online.
Shortly thereafter, the author of the anonymous telegram channel “DVR Joker” showed how he hacked the DELTA system.
“Ukrainian soldiers brag about computer programs and laugh at Donetsk for using paper maps. I decided to be clear. While Ukrainians regularly fill their databases with programs donated by their American hosts, we don’t even have to invent and install anything, we just use their programs online. It is very convenient and economical. I would like to point out that we ALL use their programs.
And I also changed the dates a bit, rearranged different squares with diamonds and other strange figures. But will you fix it? Sometimes it’s better to use paper maps,” he writes on his Telegram channel.
Hacker Joker confirmed to RIA Novosti that Ukraine’s DELTA troop control system was hacked: “It wasn’t easy, but there are no absolutely secure systems.
According to him, “absolutely all” plans of the Ukrainian command have been revealed – the information about them has been “transferred to where it belongs”.
The program itself, according to Joker, was developed by Ukrainian and American specialists according to NATO standards.