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Anonymous Collective claims to have hacked the Russian Space Research Institute, data will be shared soon

A hacker on Twitter posted that Russian Space Institute Research is hacked by @YourAnonSpider.

On Monday, the Anonymous collective on Twitter posted that Russian Space Institute Research was hacked by @YourAnonSpider. The hack was done in response to the killnet’s attack on Norway and Lithuania.

Anonymous further claims that the data will be shared soon. Anonymous has been attacking Russian businesses and government entities under the operation of Russia. Several website data have since been released either on the dark web, telegram, DDoSecrets or Twitter. But now after all this pro-Russian hacker groups are now attacking countries which are supporting Ukraine in the war against Russia.

“Russian Space Research Institute hacked by @YourAnonSpider in response to killnet’s attack on Norway and Lithuania. Data will be shared soon. We don’t forgive #Anonymous #OpRussia,” the hacker tweeted.

Anonymous also retweeted the post of @YourAnonSpider. “#Killnet Twitter tango down Don’t mess with hackers you can’t compare yourself…. F * * K – Y O U – K I L L N E T #Anonymous #OpRussia“, tweeted by @YourAnonSpider.

 

On April 26, Anonymous also claimed that it hacked into Russian energy companies to expose emails and continue its cyberwar in support of Ukraine.

On 9 May, Elon Musk joked that he could “die under mysterious circumstances” following a statement he said Roscosmos Space Chief Dmitry Rogozin made to Russian state media.

“In the statement that Musk said was made by Rogozin, the Russian space chief appeared to take aim at the SpaceX CEO,” a source as per Business Insider.

The internet terminals of Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite company were delivered to the militants of the Nazi Azov Battalion and the Ukrainian Marines in Mariupol by military helicopters,” Rogozin said, according to a translation of the comments posted by Musk.

 



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