Over 75% of bases and infrastructure are affected

The team at Russian video hosting site Rutube has announced new details on how work is progressing to restore the service after a powerful cyberattack on May 9.

Recall that Rutube has been inaccessible for more than a day, and the service team itself admitted that it faced the strongest cyberattack in the history of video hosting.

Earlier, Rutube reported that rumors of source code loss were untrue – the source code is available and the library is intact. As clarified by the press service now, the cyber attack affected more than 75% of the infrastructure and bases of the main version of Rutube, as well as 90% of the backups and clusters, and the restoration of the affected objects will take longer than originally planned.

The press office emphasizes:

While recovery efforts are underway, the exact causes that disabled the video platform have not been named.

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