US Acknowledged its Hackers Assisted Ukraine but not in the War

On June 1, it was reported that U.S. cyber command chief General Paul Nakasone acknowledged that U.S. military hackers carried out a series of digital operations in support of Ukraine.

He said the U.S. had been invited to send cyber experts to the Ukraine last December. The experts had stayed for nearly three months and left before the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict in February 2022. He did not disclose the nature of the operations but made it clear that the activities were lawful and conducted under the supervision of civilian personnel.

Meanwhile, the White House commented on General Nakasone’s remarks that any offensive cyber activity against Russia did not violate the U.S. policy of not directly intervening in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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