As practice shows, most of the following blocked services and sites can be accessed through virtual private networks, but user accounts in Russia can be blocked or work restrictions can be imposed up to blocking.
Currently, some foreign sites in Russia are blocked by Amazon CloudFront and Cloudflare security services.
Also in the Russian and foreign media there are the following messages:
Airbnb - suspended operations
Airbrake - website not working
Apple Pay - block of work partially or completely
Apple - a complete exit from the market for an indefinite (hereinafter on the list just for a while) time
AMD - ban on the supply of microchips and an early ban on the supply of video cards for a while
Amazon - a complete block of all retail for a while
Adobe - full block for time
Autodesk - pause work for a while
Atlassian suspends sales, blocks government accounts
Broadcom - support portal - from Russia 403 error, via VPN - opens, but the account is blocked.
Canon suspends new deliveries of equipment
CD Projekt RED announced a temporary suspension of sales of their games, previously activated copies of the games will continue to work.
Cex Io - account blocking
Cinema 4D - application not working (graphics publisher Insydium has blocked the use of their plug-ins for Cinema 4D)
Cisco disables access to its network academy for students and instructors from the Russian Federation
Cisco Systems Inc - suspended all business operations in Russia and Belarus
Deezer is leaving the market
Dell - out of the market for a while
Dropbox - will stop working in the country in a few days (not confirmed)
DHL - out of the market for a while
EPAM - stops serving Russian customers.
Ericsson - out of the market for a while
Etsy - block of all balances on ru accounts
Facebook - ban of Russian media accounts for a while, problems with access
FedEx - total ban on deliveries for a while
Forcepoint - closed (according to some statement in the comments)
Gambody - temporarily blocked
Google has suspended the sale of contextual advertising in Russia on its platforms (AdSense), including YouTube
Google Pay - partial block for a while
Google Maps - info block for the Russian Federation for a while
HP - Temporary Import Ban
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has suspended deliveries
HackerOne - refusal to work both with clients in the Russian Federation and with Russian white hat hackers
Host Tracker - blocking accounts for a while
IBM Cloud - Account Lockout (Not Confirmed)
Instagram - blocking different accounts for a while
Intel - ban on the supply of microchips for a while
Grammarly - stop the service for a while
Lenovo - out of the market for a while
LinkedIn - preparing for a full exit from the country - not confirmed
Lokalise - blocked accounts
Mastercard - suspension of card production, shutdown of several banks
Megogo - leaving the market
Microsoft Office - a wide range of measures is being discussed for a while
Microsoft suspends sales of goods and services in Russia
Netflix - block for Russian subscriptions, stop production of Russian TV series
Nintendo - a ban on purchases in rubles
O'Reilly - Subscriptions Locked
Panasonic - Suspended trading operations
Paysera - temporary blocking
PayPal - freezing accounts for withdrawal for a while (not confirmed), closed the registration of new users
PlayStation - Temporarily unable to complete payment
Samsung pay - blocking the service for a while
SAP stops business due to sanctions and, in addition, suspends all sales of SAP services and products
SE Ranking - stops working for a while
Sectigo (Formerly Comodo) Declines Order and Renewal of SSL Certificates for .ru / .рф Domains
Snapchat - app removed
Spotify - unable to pay for a timed subscription
SypexGeo - not working
Twitter - You can not register accounts for a while (but not officially confirmed)
UPS - total ban on deliveries for a while
Veeam - Suspends
Veritas - blocking accounts for a while
Visa - blocking banks under sanctions
VMware Considers Options for Lockdown and Discontinuation
Yandex - exclusion of company shares from quotations on the NY stock exchange
YouTube - blocking some channels of the Russian Federation and their monetization for a while
Webmoney - transaction ban - not confirmed, probably everything is fine
Zoom - Software Development License Revocation (But Not Officially Confirmed)
TikTok - massive ban on Russian accounts for a while (but not officially confirmed)
Xilinx - authorization page closed
Video calling via Google Meet does not work for some users in Russia.
Blazing SEO: Received an email warning about Russian accounts being disabled.
AWS Elemental Live (real-time video processing service) - terminate contracts.
It has not yet been confirmed that Cloudflare will stop providing DDoS protection to Russian companies, organizations and individuals from Russia.
Cogent (this is one of the largest backbone providers of the TIER-1 class) disconnects Russia from the Internet - March 4, at 17:00 GMT (20:00 Moscow time) all ports, all address space (these were one of the cheapest IP zones for rent ) provided to customers (from Russia) will be withdrawn. The equipment will be turned off, but will remain in the racks until customers pick it up (but not more than 30 days - then the equipment will be dismantled and sent to the warehouse).
Domain name registrar and hosting provider Namecheap warned that it would stop serving domains for users from Russia and initially gave a week until March 22 to transfer domains to other registrars.
The HackerOne bug-hunting program refuses to work with both clients in the Russian Federation and Russian white hat hackers.
Paypal has closed the registration of new users from Russia.
eBay said that it continues to work for Russian buyers and sellers, however, due to the deteriorating logistical situation, it warns of possible delays in import deliveries to Russian users.
MikroTik is temporarily suspending orders for new devices.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has suspended shipments.
Ericsson suspends deliveries to customers.
Nokia stops deliveries of the telecommunication equipment.
Oracle has suspended all operations.
Apple cancels orders in the online store and returns the money.
Valve has disabled payments with Russian cards on Steam: only PayPal and the store's wallet are available.
Transport companies DHL, UPS and FedEx have stopped accepting parcels in the Russian Federation.
Spotify has closed its office indefinitely.
SAP is shutting down business due to sanctions and is also suspending all sales of SAP services and products.
Atlassian suspends sales, blocks government accounts.
Canon suspends new deliveries of equipment.
Cisco disables access to its network academy for students and instructors from the Russian Federation.
Airbnb has suspended operations in Russia.
Google has suspended the sale of contextual advertising in Russia on its platforms (AdSense), including YouTube.
Autodesk has suspended operations and plans to consider additional business restrictions in the region if sanctions are extended.
Veeam is on hold.
EPAM stops servicing Russian clients.
Microsoft suspends sales of goods and services in Russia.
Cisco Systems Inc has suspended all business operations in Russia and Belarus.
Music service Deezer has announced its withdrawal from the Russian Federation.
Crypto exchanges: partially there are access restrictions and freezing of funds
BTC-Alpha announced the termination of the service for Russian citizens.
KUNA has disabled trading in ruble pairs (using rubles) and closed the deposit and withdrawal of the Russian currency.
CEX IO has suspended registration for new users from the Russian Federation, Belarus and Ukraine.
Cryptocurrency exchange Qmall also announced that it had blocked the accounts of residents of Russia and Belarus and froze their assets.
Binance has denied that it is preparing to freeze Russian accounts. The company said it was not going to impose restrictions on Russian bidders.
Qmall also reported the block.
The blocking of Russian accounts is not ruled out in Kraken and FTX.