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Anonymous collective defaces almost 65 Russian sites!

The Anonymous collective has defaced almost 65 of the Russian sites via the 1877 team to defeat Russia in the cyberwar.

Consequently, the PuckArks tweet captioned, “#Anonymous via @1877team have now defaced 65 Russian sites in support of #OpRussia. Standing up to #Russia and #Putin as they support #Ukraine and the #Ukrainian people.”

From the beginning, the collective has been oppressing Russia and was supporting the Ukraine during war. They were against the Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia. Initially, many of the Russian media outlets were hacked and defaced for the cyberattack. The sites were showing the anti-war messages on the screen.

The Anonymous hackers have hacked and defaced multiples of Russian sites and institutions. They leaked the emails, numbers and documents of the Russian government. Cyber war are mostly fought in the shadows, but in the case of Anonymous collective, they have openly stated that they were behind the attacks. Anonymous collective has already made a public declaration of war. Consequently, by their tweets, they speaks about their targets in Russia.



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