A team of volunteer hackers builds a Ukrainian missing persons platform in 72 hours

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A team of volunteers from hacking group Secjuice.com and cybersecurity startup WEBGAP.io have been working non-stop for the past 72 hours to build a missing persons platform for Ukraine to help conflict-displaced Ukrainians search for their missing loved ones to support relatives.

LONDON (PRWEB) March 08, 2022

A team of international volunteers from the hacking group secjuice.com and cybersecurity startups WEBGAP.io have been working non-stop for the past 72 hours to build a missing persons platform for Ukraine to help Ukrainians find their missing loved ones.

Missing Persons Platform is hosted at DeTy.org.

De Ty means “Where are you?” In Ukrainian or Де Ти?

The volunteer team of engineers led by DeTy CTO David Tran-Dinh built the DeTy app at the request of Ukraine’s IT Army, which is working to defend Ukraine against cyberattacks from Russia, with more than a million people displaced to build a platform for missing persons became a priority and volunteers rushed to offer their skills to build the platform.

Guise Bule, Founder of DeTy.org, said today, “I am extremely proud of the team behind DeTy; they have worked tirelessly to build this platform. People like David Tran-Dinh, Chris LeGrant, Adrian Kwitkowsky, Charlie Crane, Kate Larson and Andrea Menin and Sophie Missenden worked together like heroes to deliver DeTy in record time and they built it to be fast, scalable and secure is.”

Secjuice Editor Mars Groves said today: “Our team at Secjuice wanted to get involved in the cyberwar against Russia when Ukraine’s IT Army asked us for help, so we decided to build a missing persons platform instead destroying the Law and Hacker Russians, Secjuice members are all professionals working for respectable companies, not script kiddies after all.”

Ryan Miller, co-founder of WEBGAP.io, said today, “We quit our job and jumped right into this project. Luckily, the founder of DeTy is our boss, so he gave us all time off to work on it. We’ve worked really hard, we’ve worked all weekend, we’re really proud and we hope to help millions of people find their loved ones in the coming months.”

Launched today in five languages, DeTy is being distributed locally by the Ukrainian IT Army, a group of volunteers from the IT world working to help Ukraine.

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ABOUT DeTy : Де Ти? Where are they? Is an easy-to-use and multilingual website that allows Ukrainian missing persons to register themselves and their loved ones to easily find them. Based in London, England, DeTy is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding missing persons in Ukraine and helping to bring families together.

PRESS CONTACT: Guise Bule – +44 20 8058 9007

DeTy Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dety_Org

DeTy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dety-org/

DeTy donations: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/DeTy

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