Anonymous Rabbit shares some documents of Hacked Russian Central Bank, Claims has more than 35000 files

As the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to elicit hacktivism around the world, the hacker group ‘Anonymous’ announced on Thursday that it had hacked Russia’s Central Bank. According to The Black Rabbit World AKA Anonymous Rabbit, the Anonymous Collective has stated that over 35,000 files will be published within 48 hours under secret agreements. The gang targeted Russia’s Central Bank after also targeting enterprises that continue to function in Russia even as Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin’s soldiers continue to strike.

Since Putin declared the special military campaign in Ukraine in late February, Anonymous has breached a number of Moscow-linked services, including streaming platforms. As the Russia-Ukraine crisis enters its 29th day, it is worth noting that the conflict has produced a surge in volunteer hackers eager to take against Moscow on the digital frontlines. Aside from Anonymous, other such hacking organisations that have carried out cyberattacks against Russian targets include Squad303 and Cyber Partisan.

Here are some documents released by anonymous:

Here is the English version of it :

 




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