Estonia has suffered the largest cyber attacks since 2007 after the dismantling of the Radyansk memorial in Narva.
Deputy Vice Chancellor for Digital Development of the Ministry of Economy and Communications Luuka Krzystian Ilves said.
"DDoS-attacks were directed both at state institutions and the private sector. With a few short or insignificant exceptions, the web sites remained fully accessible throughout the day. The attack remained virtually unnoticed in Estonia", - wrote Ilves on his Facebook page.
In April and May 2007 Estonia suffered the largest cyber attack organized by a foreign country in the world's cyber history of that time.
The websites of the state, banks, press and political parties suffered as a result of the attack organized by Russia.
We recall that on September 16, six monuments with Soviet military symbols, including a T-34 tank, were removed from Narva and its immediate surroundings by order of the Estonian government. The tank was taken to the military museum near the capital.
At the same time the Narva police reported that eight people were detained because they were disgusted by the removal of the memorial tank and called others to the violent support. Later they added that nine people had already been detained.