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"Come Back Alive" announces fundraising for cyber offensive

The Foundation for Competent Assistance to the Army “Come Back Alive” has launched a fundraiser to purchase equipment for one of the Armed Forces units that will help the Ukrainian military defeat the occupiers in cyberspace.

The organization’s main partner in this campaign is the Portmone payment service.

As stated on the Come Back Alive website, the project plans to raise UAH 50 million to strengthen the capabilities of one of the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which operates in hostile cyberspace in such a way as to inflict damage on the russian army on the real battlefield. Anyone can join the initiative and learn more by following the link:

“The Armed Forces of Ukraine have already formed a new structure – cyber forces. These are servicemen who will perform tasks on the invisible battlefield and help real tanks and artillery to win back Ukrainian territories,” explains Andriy Rymaruk, head of the military department of the Come Back Alive Foundation. “We actually raise money for cyber offensive. It will burn even in the most rotten heart of the occupying country.”

The organization does not disclose the list of upcoming purchases, but notes that every hryvnia spent will work to complicate the logistics and control of enemy troops, as well as to identify the locations of russian occupiers and their further effective destruction by other units of the Armed Forces.

For the Come Back Alive team, this is not the first project to provide equipment for the cyber warriors. Earlier, the organization’s team purchased and delivered office equipment and specialized equipment worth more than UAH 8 million to the Ukrainian military performing tasks in cyberspace at the expense of benefactors. This equipment helps the Armed Forces of Ukraine to learn about the enemy’s plans in time.