Source : Internet & Telegram
Motive: To protect their country’s interest from external interference by warning for cyber attack.
United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken addressed the collapse of a US-brokered truce in Sudan and stated that actions would be taken against Sudanese leaders involved. Following the army’s withdrawal announcement on Wednesday, Blinken expressed the US’s intention to demonstrate its disapproval of leaders who perpetuate violence and violate ceasefires that they had committed to. However, Blinken did not specify the exact actions that the US would take.
In response to the ongoing power struggle between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in Sudan, the US imposed sanctions on companies believed to be fueling the conflict. The West has been exerting pressure on the warring factions to end the fighting. The US Treasury Department identified two companies affiliated with Sudan’s army and two companies affiliated with the RSF as targets of the sanctions, accusing them of generating revenue from the conflict and contributing to the ongoing violence.
Additionally, a group known as Anonymous Sudan, which consists of religiously and politically motivated hackers, has emerged in response to Sudan’s political and economic challenges. Anonymous Sudan is recognized for its digital activism. The group has issued a warning about potential future cyber attacks. However, it’s important to note that the specific details and credibility of such threats should be verified through reliable sources of information.
Take away : Whenever countries internal matter influenced by any other nation, in foreign policy influencer would control the country and make it a puppet or use it for their own interest.
Example : Ukraine & Venezuela
If we see any major steps involve in Sudan political and military situation, Anonymous Sudan may start a cyber war with US in future.
References: Internet, Dark-net, Telegram