VLADIMIR Putin's speech suffered a mass blackout as Russian state TV channels were reportedly hit with a huge hack attack. The deluded dictator, 70, delivered his state-of-the-nation address to Russia just days before the first anniversary of his war in Ukraine. Instead of Putin's speech, a notice on screen announced "Mistake 500" and that "technical works" were underway. Jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s team claimed Putin said the websites of Russian TV channels were subjected to a DDoS attack during Putin's speech to the Federal Assembly. Putin's highly anticipated address was punctuated with his usual rambling rhetoric - blaming anyone by himself for the war in Ukraine.