Global Citizen Hacking Group ‘Anonymous’ Leaks Russian Ministry of Defence Database

A few hours after declaring a cyberwar on Russia, Anonymous has managed to pull off what it has called a significant ‘victory’.

Hackers managed to get into the Russian Ministry of Defence’s secure database before publishing its contents online for the world to see.

Among the sensitive information leaked by the global hacking group, are passwords, emails and telephone numbers.

The group tweeted: ‘Hackers all around the world: target Russia in the name of #anonymous let them know we do not forgive, we do not forget. Anonymous owns fascists, always.’

This morning, the group also announced that they had located an enormous cache of emails from Belarusian weapons manufacturer Tetraedr.

After taking possession of the 200 gigabytes of information, Anonymous claim the company has provided Putin with logistical support in the invasion.

The Anonymous collective has answered Ukraine’s call for hackers to attack Russian infrastructure and is now participating in a ‘free for all’ malware and SPAM attack against Russia.

Anonymous has already successfully taken down some of Russia’s top propaganda websites.

Published by John Johnson

Writing about interesting 'stuff' I see online

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