Anonymous collective has hacked and defaced a Russian Biology Laboratory Website
As per the recent reports, Anonymous claims to have hacked the Biology Laboratory and field research equipment in Russia. It is a website that manufactures scientific equipment for biological studies. TheZero has been used to deface the website.
According to the tweet, the website displays the message: “Stop Putin. Stop War. Stop war in Europe.” There is a link regarding the zone-h at the bottom of the page. Zone-H is a collection of hacked websites. It was founded on March 2, 2002, in Estonia. The domain was registered on February 14, 2002, according to a whois request. A defaced website is mirrored on Zone-H servers once it is submitted to Zone-H. The website is then moderated by Zone-H workers to determine whether the defacement was genuine. Hacked pages are often submitted to the site by the hackers themselves.
It’s an Internet security platform with original IT security, digital warfare, geopolitics, proprietary and general advisories, analysis, forums, and research. The largest web incursions archive is Zone-H. It is available in a variety of languages. Iran and Turkey are big fans of it. Anonymous hacker collective is a worldwide network of hackers who may have access to bot-nets with millions of terminals. Previously, during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, hackers took the fight to the cyberworld with several Russian websites, hacked.