Anonymous Drops Info Bomb On Russian Army

Anonymous Drops Info Bomb On Russian Army

The internet hacking collective that calls itself “Anonymous” is taking credit for leaking out the personal details of over one hundred thousand Russian soldiers supposedly fighting in Ukraine.

Names, dates of birth, addresses, and even passport numbers were included in the major hack of Russian data.

It comes after Anonymous vowed, “unprecedented attacks” on Russian government sites.

In its latest statement, the group said: “Personal data of 120,000 Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine was leaked.”

It went on: “All soldiers participating in the invasion of Ukraine should be subjected to a war crime tribunal.”

Soldiers, but not the politicians who sent them to Ukraine in the first place.

Interesting.

Also interesting when it comes to “Anonymous” is that this is not the first time they’ve claimed to have attacked Russian cyber capability.

Earlier, Anonymous claimed it had made public 15 GB of data stolen from the Russian Orthodox Church’s charity wing…

In the first week of the war alone, it claimed to have successfully hacked more than 300 Russian websites, while offering Putin’s troops £40,000 to give up their tanks.

Russian troops were advised by Anonymous to surrender with a white flag and use the password “million” to show that they accept the group’s terms.

It claimed to have put together a war chest worth millions of pounds to fund this scheme.

Following the money would be beneficial in this case. Maybe then the Anonymous Collective could be exposed.

In the meantime, it is worth considering that their claims have been disputed by Russian officials.

Last month, Anonymous said it had shut down Russia’s space agency, adding that Putin’s officials have “no more control over their spy satellites”.

However, this was denied by Roscosmos Director-General, Dmitry Olegovich Rogozin, who branded the group “petty swindlers”.

In a social media statement, he said: “The information of these scammers and petty swindlers is not true. All our space activity control centers are operating normally.”

Rogozin has previously claimed that the control of the Russian space industry, orbital group, and the Russian International Space Station segment is protected from cybercriminals.

What is the real truth? Hopefully, someday we will find out.

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