Military Review

First Sovereign Internet Exercises Not Affected Users

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The relevant ministry summarizes the first exercise in the framework of the adopted law on the “sovereign Internet”. Deputy Head of the Ministry of Communications Alexey Sokolov noted that the exercise was held for several days and covered several Russian regions, including Moscow and Moscow Region, Rostov-on-Don, Vladimir, Vladivostok, etc.


One of the stages of the exercise was the reflection of the attack of a conditional cybercriminal on network communications. Additionally, it was about maintaining a stable and secure cellular communications, protecting personal data, countering traffic interception, as well as the security of the so-called Internet of things.

Worked out the protection of electric power systems.

It is noteworthy that the exercises in the framework of ensuring the safe functioning of the Internet and communication systems were held for several days, starting about a week ago. The largest Russian telecom operators were involved in them.

It is noted that the exercises were not noticed by ordinary network users. Operations in the framework of the exercises were carried out, as stated, on selected segments, special stands and training grounds in the metropolitan area, as well as on the Far Eastern Russky Island.

The operations involved specialists from laboratories involved in the creation of anti-virus software, as well as the Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the FSB, the Ministry of Defense, specialists from the troops of the Russian Guard and large IT companies.
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  1. bessmertniy
    bessmertniy 24 December 2019 06: 22
    -1
    Let's hope that the transition to a sovereign Internet will continue to be painless for network users. hi
  2. Mussasi
    Mussasi 24 December 2019 06: 36
    +6
    I thought that the interruptions were on the Internet. Permanent connection loss. And my region did not participate ... but the provider yes.
    1. BARKAS
      BARKAS 24 December 2019 11: 04
      -1
      It was necessary to add another region to the District of Columbia, then the result would be experience.
    2. _Sergei_
      _Sergei_ 24 December 2019 11: 18
      +2
      Just change the provider to one with stable internet. For three months now, Rostelecom has been working with my Internet, they can’t do anything. Disappears. I look forward to another coming next year, the fiber is stretched.
  3. Victor_B
    Victor_B 24 December 2019 06: 43
    -7
    Can states turn off / create serious work difficulties?
    They can! (The root DNS servers are at their complete disposal)

    Can Russia disable / create serious difficulties for the states and the rest of the world?
    Can not!

    Here is in order that the Americans could not disrupt the work of Runet and the NEEDED measures to isolate it from the Internet.
    Well, as a cherry, there are additional opportunities for selectively disabling the facebook, etc.
    To the delight of the Creak Protestants.
    1. Blackmokona
      Blackmokona 24 December 2019 07: 05
      0
      All these are fairy tales for those who do not understand the Internet and why do sovereign Internet.
      As of May 22.05.2018, 11, 4 replicas of root DNS servers [XNUMX], including:

      f.root (Moscow - 2 pcs.);
      i.root (St. Petersburg);
      j.root (Moscow, St. Petersburg);
      k.root (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk);
      l.root (Moscow, Rostov-on-Don, Yekaterinburg).
      1. Victor_B
        Victor_B 24 December 2019 07: 07
        -4
        And just to answer the question - can Americans disrupt the work of Runet, can you?
        Enlighten, do not let die dark, do they have such opportunities?
        And we have?
        Hacker methods do not offer.
        It's about technical, structural capabilities.
        1. Blackmokona
          Blackmokona 24 December 2019 07: 09
          +1
          For example, after the implementation of the measures of the sovereign Runet, one traitor in the Roskomnadzor’s leadership is enough to completely encapsulate the Internet throughout Russia.
          1. Victor_B
            Victor_B 24 December 2019 07: 10
            -4
            Quote: BlackMokona
            just one traitor in the leadership of Roskomnadzor is enough

            This, my friend, is already a pure conspiracy!
            1. Blackmokona
              Blackmokona 24 December 2019 07: 12
              +4
              Of course, after all, no one ever betrayed his country in the history of the world, not to mention Russia. wassat
        2. abc_alex
          abc_alex 24 December 2019 11: 43
          0
          Quote: Victor_B
          And just to answer the question - can Americans disrupt the work of Runet, can you?

          Of course they can. DNS translates a text file name into an IP address. All requests go through them. Each request specifies the source of the request. It is enough to install the appropriate IP-address filters on DNS servers outside the territory of Russia (either software or hardware) and your request will simply not reach anywhere. There is a subtlety: if your request went to controlled DNS. If not, you won't notice. The essence of the "sovereign Internet" is precisely to create a system capable of providing Runet with a forwarding service even without foreign servers.
          And BlackMocon simply replaces concepts. He talks about availability, and it is about opportunities. It's like with buses. They should not just be. They should be in the right amount.
    2. Tsoy
      Tsoy 24 December 2019 07: 10
      +5
      Quote: Victor_B
      Here is in order that the Americans could not disrupt the work of Runet and the NEEDED measures to isolate it from the Internet.
      Well, as a cherry, there are additional opportunities for selectively disabling the facebook, etc.
      To the delight of the Creak Protestants.


      Name at least one precedent when the United States disconnected someone from the Internet? Until this moment, only the countries themselves interfered with the work of foreign resources during rallies, unrest, or for the sake of propaganda. China, Venezuela, Egypt, Kazakhstan. The same China has created a firewall which is quietly bypassed by the inhabitants of the country with the help of a VPN, and in fact all the costs were in vain. One should not confuse the state security and the desire of certain persons to make money on the "hot" topic and redistribute the market, and at the same time limit the freedom of information.
      1. Victor_B
        Victor_B 24 December 2019 07: 12
        +1
        Quote: Choi
        What is one precedent when the United States disconnected someone from the Internet?

        And answer the question
        Quote: Victor_B
        can Americans disrupt runet

        can you

        Which of the great wrote - I am not interested in your intentions, I am concerned about your capabilities.
        1. Tsoy
          Tsoy 24 December 2019 07: 17
          +1
          Quote: Victor_B
          can Americans disrupt runet


          They can. But this does not change the root cause of all body movements. They also want to draw the box into the network.
          1. Victor_B
            Victor_B 24 December 2019 07: 21
            +2
            Quote: Choi
            They can. But this does not change the root cause of all body movements. They also want to draw the box into the network.

            So you answered why the sovereign Internet is created.
            Communication is the country's nervous system.
            Today, a lot is tied to the Internet.
            For information - when the Americans started their "desert storm" in Iraq, ALL telephone communications were cut off.
            1. Tzar
              Tzar 24 December 2019 07: 48
              +4
              He didn't answer. Communication is not a box, and ideally all critical communication systems (defense, finance, medicine) should be sovereign and not depend on an "external" network. And the choice of the box should remain free.
          2. Victor_B
            Victor_B 24 December 2019 07: 56
            +2
            Quote: Choi
            They also want to draw the box into the network.

            Yes, they all broadcast there for a long time.
            But all sorts of echoes, biblis and other voices ...
            It is a pity that you can not limit.
            For it is not democratic and not tolerant!
            Although our RT is branded and spread rot at full speed.
            Democrats are bad!
            1. parma
              parma 24 December 2019 11: 10
              +1
              Quote: Victor_B
              Yes, they all broadcast there for a long time. But all sorts of echoes

              Echo of Moscow is owned by Gazprom and is driven by a friend of the guarantor ....
              1. Victor_B
                Victor_B 24 December 2019 11: 17
                0
                Quote: parma
                Echo of Moscow is owned by Gazprom and is driven by a friend of the guarantor ....

                This is a special place where the enemies of Russia are grouped.
                There they are, like in a zoo, for the amusement of the crowd.
                Allowed by the highest command.
                Personally, I would close this viper to the damn mother.
                But I have an opinion (judging by his affairs) that Putin is smarter than me man.
                1. parma
                  parma 24 December 2019 11: 27
                  0
                  Quote: Victor_B
                  This is a special place where the enemies of Russia are gathering. They are there, as in a zoo, for the amusement of the crowd. It is allowed by the highest command. Personally, I would close this gadushnik to hell. But I have an opinion (judging by his affairs) that Putin is smarter me man.

                  I think "Echo" is used to stain any dissent with feces…. As soon as a charismatic and popular person appears with an opinion disagreeable to "yylits", all sorts of Navalny, Sobchaks and "echoes" stick around him with shouts - "he is one of us, he is the opposition," and the poor fellow drowns in their shit ....
      2. abc_alex
        abc_alex 24 December 2019 11: 49
        +1
        Quote: Choi
        What is one precedent when the United States disconnected someone from the Internet?

        In what world do you live, dear? The States are imposing sanctions against SP-2, which has nothing to do with them at all. They threaten to ruin a company with jurisdiction in Switzerland. Will you find many precedents for such blackmail?
        Wake up! French banks were fined for conducting operations with Iran, which were absolutely legal. And the threats of disconnecting from Swift have become simply familiar.
        Disconnect, do not hesitate. They will accept the law, threaten fines and disconnect. Yes, and write to the military budget. Based on the next interference in the elections.
        1. UserGun
          UserGun 24 December 2019 12: 01
          0
          Quote: abc_alex
          In what world do you live, dear?


          I look at you and the like, along with the guarantor, live in your own virtual world))) But you were correctly told that there has not been a single case of disconnecting root DNS servers. For the entire history of the Internet.
          1. abc_alex
            abc_alex 24 December 2019 21: 39
            +1
            I live in the real world. And not in virtuality, like you. People like you, as a rule, throw up their hands every now and then, wondering, "How is that? It never happened!" I repeat to you in simple words: if the United States makes a political decision, then the root servers for our IPs will be blocked faster than you say "how can this be?" Everything has ever happened for the first time and there have always been those who did not believe that this was possible. Did you know that a section on sanctions against the offshore gas pipeline between Russia and Germany will be included in the US military budget? Did you know? You didn't know a damn thing. There was no such thing before. And now there is. And you can repeat your "never happened" at least 200 times. Turn on your brain and look around: the United States is seeking to expand its jurisdiction to the whole world. And if they want to impose sanctions on Russia by disconnecting it from the Network, they will. Even if they never did that before.
            And no vpn will help. You will send telegrams to your like-minded people with surprise: "How is it! It never happened!"
      3. UserGun
        UserGun 24 December 2019 12: 06
        -2
        It is useless to explain and even more to give examples of dense people who still live under the king of peas, my friend))) They have more armor in the frontal projection than the German "tiger")))
        1. abc_alex
          abc_alex 24 December 2019 21: 44
          0
          Quote: UserGun
          It is useless to explain and even more to give examples of dense people who still live under the king of peas, my friend))) They have more armor in the frontal projection than the German "tiger")))

          Yes Yes Yes. Another hedged with the light of Truth riding a white rhino. Go tell the French why they paid a US fine for operations with Iran that are not contrary to French laws. And if you hurry up, you can catch up with the Swiss pipe layers and shed the Knowledge Light from the owners, suddenly they don’t understand why they have not the right to work under the contract with the GP. winked
  4. rocket757
    rocket757 24 December 2019 06: 44
    -2
    In general, we have an Internet, and so it doesn’t work ah ... so there’s no fundamental difference.
  5. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 24 December 2019 06: 48
    +4
    Can the Americans get so bad that they will start spoiling us on the net? I think they can. Do you need to be prepared for such a development of events? Sure. The war, though "hybrid" ...
  6. Tsoy
    Tsoy 24 December 2019 07: 01
    +1
    They didn’t notice that I didn’t have the Internet all yesterday. And I needed him for work. And at least one wise guy would have warned in advance. And yes, as they wrote above, my region was also not on the list of exercises. As usual "no losses". laughing
    1. ZAV69
      ZAV69 24 December 2019 07: 35
      +3
      Quote: Choi
      They didn’t notice that I didn’t have the Internet all yesterday. And I needed him for work. And at least one wise guy would have warned in advance. And yes, as they wrote above, my region was also not on the list of exercises. As usual "no losses".

      As a rule, the reasons for the lack of the Internet are not related to any exercises: the pinch burned out, the patchcord broke, the thief cut off the optical coupling, thinking that there was copper, the bulldozer dam at the pond, the cable lying nearby pulled, the board burned down in the main aggregator (all these things happened in real, not invented).
      1. Horon
        Horon 24 December 2019 09: 03
        +1
        You mentioned only part of purely technical reasons. In fact, there are many more. But this man most likely does not give a damn, he will always have the power to blame!
        1. ZAV69
          ZAV69 24 December 2019 09: 09
          +3
          Quote: Horon
          You mentioned only part of purely technical reasons. In fact, there are many more. But this man most likely does not give a damn, he will always have the power to blame!

          This I was able to recall without a hint what happened in the LTC where I have been working lately. And yes, the reasons why the end user does not have the Internet can be much greater, and his own crooked hands are not in last place ...
          1. Horon
            Horon 24 December 2019 09: 27
            +2
            I still have a router in my house periodically hanging, you can also look for someone else's malicious intent! laughing
            1. rocket757
              rocket757 24 December 2019 10: 02
              +1
              Ha, and whoever heard of such a disaster, the GYpsy Kildim settled for the winter in a holiday village !!!
              For a week THREE optical cable cuts ... until the "soothing brigade" was sent to them, there was no rest!
              Some backward ones. The fact that they cut to sell is NOT possible, there is NO copper!
        2. Tsoy
          Tsoy 24 December 2019 11: 30
          -2
          Quote: Horon
          You mentioned only part of purely technical reasons. In fact, there are many more. But this man most likely does not give a damn, he will always have the power to blame!


          Yeah, yeah. Willingly believe it was a coincidence. (No) wassat
          1. Horon
            Horon 24 December 2019 12: 17
            0
            With faith, please go to church, looking for conspiracies to doctors. winked
  7. nikvic46
    nikvic46 24 December 2019 07: 29
    -1
    Now I don’t go to Wikipedia anymore. If something isn’t clear to me, I’m just asking users a question through a browser. Even if I ask a question incorrectly, they will definitely answer.
  8. Jurkovs
    Jurkovs 24 December 2019 07: 41
    +1
    Yesterday, Kaspersky Secure Connection unexpectedly sent me a message saying that the connection is going through the Russian server.
  9. V1er
    V1er 24 December 2019 07: 46
    +1
    I have recently turned off the Internet. I had to use another.
  10. sergo1914
    sergo1914 24 December 2019 07: 56
    -3
    The Internet? What is this?