The Ministry of Digital Sciences told the newspaper Kommersant that the department constantly monitors the creation of resources with domain names similar to gosuslugi.ru. “According to the results of the analysis, some resources have been blocked, and the rest are under control until illegal content or actions are revealed,” the ministry said. According to him, 100-200 suspicious resources are blocked per month.
Experts from Infosecurity a Softline Company say that in normal days one or two of these domains are registered, but now, in connection with the decree of President Vladimir Putin, their number has increased significantly.
Read on RBC Pro
As noted by Kommersant, such a massive registration of such areas has not been observed since the beginning of summer, when Moscow introduced the requirement to present a QR code at the entrance to catering establishments, theaters and cinemas, which confirmed the passage of vaccination against COVID or a previous disease. After that, schemes began to appear on Runet to circumvent the requirements of the Moscow Mayor’s Office. For this, it was proposed to use code generators and link them to sites that simulate “state services”.
Persons using forged certificates can be brought under Art. 236 of the Criminal Code (violation of sanitary and epidemiological rules), Alexandra Orikovich, a member of the Committee on Legal Support for the Digital Economy of the Moscow Branch of the Russian Bar Association, told the publication. This article provides for imprisonment for up to two years or a fine of up to 700 thousand rubles. “But for this, it is necessary to establish that the actions of the violator led to a serious illness, which is practically impossible,” the lawyer explained.
How will the holidays pass in different regions of Russia. the main thing
In her opinion, art. 6.3 of the Administrative Code (violation in the field of ensuring the sanitary and epidemiological well-being of the population). Provides for a fine of up to 40 thousand rubles. “We’ll probably see a number of cases under this article,” Orikovich says.
On October 20, Putin signed a decree on holidays amid a sharp rise in the number of cases and deaths due to COVID-19. The head of state indicated that vacation days are determined taking into account the maintenance of employee wages. The decree stipulated that regional authorities could set additional vacation days until October 30 or extend them after November 7, based on the sanitary and epidemiological situation.
To date, a third of Russian people are determined by the exact dates of the holidays. In 27 regions, they will exactly coincide with the federal regions, and in three regions – Moscow, the Moscow region and the Kursk region – they will start ahead of schedule. In the capital and the region, the days from October 28 to November 7 will be holidays; In Kursk, they decided to start the antique “holiday” from Monday, October 25.
Lifelong foodaholic. Professional twitter expert. Organizer. Award-winning internet geek. Coffee advocate.