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If I die in the mysterious event, and at least you will know “. This is the message posted by Elon Musk on Twitter, it social network that it just offered itself at a cost of 54 billion dollars. The multi-billionaire and bizarre boss of Tesla and SpaceX posted this message to his 91 million followers on Monday morning.

Musk said he had been threatened by senior Russian officials for helping Ukraine by its satellites star link to give him a connection to Internet. According to Fortuneit was Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Russian space agency Roscosmos and former Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, who warned him: “ Elon Musk was involved in providing military communication equipment to fascist forces in Ukrainehe said on Sunday in a message toapplication messaging Telegram. And for that, Elon, you are responsible as an adult, no matter how crazy you behave.

150,000 SpaceX users

Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, Ukrainians have suffered even more connect internallyt, whether they be individuals or even the military, and made available to them by Musk star link. According to the Deputy Prime Minister of the country, Mykhailo Fedorov, there are currently 150,000 daily active users in Ukraine.

Musk’s “tweet” didn’t even make his mother, Maye Musk, laugh, who also responded to him on Twitter. What the SpaceX boss replied: ” Sorry, I’ll do anything to stay alive “, he replied. As for Rogozin, he gave it a layer, on Twitter as wellMusk is criticized for making a buzz on May 9, a national holiday in Russia: “ No one needs you. Stop fooling me. Today, my country is celebrating a great day – the day of victory against fascism (…) Think, Elon, which side are you on? »

Elon Musk warned Ukraine that the Starlink communication system could be targeted by Russia

The boss of SpaceX, who put constellation of Starlink satellites and connection stations available in Ukraine, invites users to take precautions to avoid the risk of being targeted by Russian army airstrikes.

Posted on 04/03/2022 by Marc Zaffagni

A few days after activating its satellite Internet access service above Ukraine and sent shipments of connection kits there to help the country maintain a link digital with the outside world, Elon Musk call for caution. The billionaire boss of SpaceX and Tesla, posted a message on Twitter urging people using Starlink internet connections in Ukraine to proceed with caution because of a “high” risk of being targeted by the Russian military.

Important disclaimer: Starlink is the only non-Russian communication system that still works in parts of Ukraine, so the likelihood of being targeted is high. Please use it with caution “, he wrote.

He continued his warning, recommending users to “ just turn on the Starlink when needed and place the antenna as far away from people as possible »And install« light camouflage on the antenna to prevent visual detection. »

Starlink stations can serve as beacons for airstrikes

This warning ofElon Musk is following the release of John Scott-Railton, security researcher at the University of Toronto. In a series of tweethe recalled that Russia had control over the air Ukraine, his army could easily use Starlink stations as beacons for strike targets by exploiting signals ascending to the satellites. ” Russia has decades of experience in attacking people by targeting their communications satellites “, Stressed the researcher. In particular, he recalls how Chechen President Dzhokhar Dudayev was assassinated in 1996 by an air strike after the Russian army spotted his satellite phone. John Scott-Railton also asserted that reliance on encryption, VPN and other communication security tools does not protect against emissions radio.

Mykhailo Fedorov, the minister in charge of digital in the Ukrainian government, thanked star link for the help provided while inquiring what are the solutions to the operation of the satellite stations in case of power outage. Elon Musk then announced a software update that reduces the maximum consumption of the terminal and the possibility to enable it through cigarette outlets viavehicle. He also indicated thatroaming the mobile is activated to allow a Starlink antenna to maintain its signal if it is installed in a vehicle in movement.

War in Ukraine: Starlink hardware has arrived and it works!

Article ofEdward returnedon 03/01/2022

This weekend, the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine tweeted a request to Elon Musk for Starlink connection kits. The CEO of SpaceX reacted immediately and the first convoy of equipment had already arrived at the site.

Since the Russian invasion, many Ukrainians have had difficulty connecting to the Internet. This is one of the consequences of hybrid warfare by Vladimir Putin, between cyberattacks which paralyzes the network and bombings that destroy infrastructure. On Saturday, February 26, Mykhailo Fedorov, Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine and Minister of Digital Transformation, challenged Elon Musk on Twitter.

As you try to take over Mars, Russia is trying to take over Ukraine! As your rockets successfully land from space, Russian rockets are attacking the Ukrainian people! We ask you to provide Ukraine with Starlink terminals “, he wrote. Elon Musk, the boss of SpaceX who provides Internet connectivity through Starlink satellitereplied just ten hours later to announce that the service is now active in Ukraine and the terminals are already on the road.

An internet connection that can be set up anywhere

This bottle thrown into the sea yielded quick results. Elon Musk kept his promise and almost 48 hours later the first kits star link came to the country. Mykhailo Fedorov himself tweeted a photo of a truck full of very well-known brand boxes thanking Elon Musk. The donation is quite large as it is known that each kit costs 500 euros.

The service star link is secured by a constellation of approximately 2,000 satellites and makes it possible to reach up to 150 megabits per second. The equipment, which includes a satellite dish, only requires a power supply that can be provided by the generator. The system is thus independent of any ground infrastructure, and will therefore ensure minimal connectivity in areas of Ukraine that are disconnected from the Internet.

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