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Russia has failed to gain ground in cyberspace against Ukraine almost six months after its invasion, the head of Britain's GCHQ intelligence service has said.
Jeremy Fleming, head of intelligence, in an article in The Economist, wrote that both countries have used their cyber capabilities in the war in Ukraine, writes Reuters .
" So far, President Putin has completely lost the information war in Ukraine and the West. We should not underestimate how Russian disinformation is playing out elsewhere in the world," Fleming wrote.
Fleming said Russia had deployed WhisperGate, a piece of malware, to destroy and damage Ukrainian government systems.
Russia previously used the same method in Syria and the Balkans, and online disinformation was a key part of Russia's strategy. In Ukraine, British intelligence managed to intercept and give a timely warning, according to Fleming.