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Killmilk and Killnet claim to still have Lockheed martin data

According to reports the pro-Russian hacking group Killnet and their founder, Killmilk, were responsible for an earlier onslaught on the American defense behemoth Lockheed Martin. The hackers claim that Lockheed Martin is the actual sponsor of global terrorism. They also accuse Lockheed Martin of being responsible for thousands of fatalities.

The crowdsourced Russian hacktivist group launched an “intense DDoS attack” on Lithuanian government institutions and businesses in June in retaliation for Lithuania’s ban on the transit of EU-sanctioned Russian goods like steel and iron ore to the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, which is situated between Lithuania and Poland. The most recent strikes against Lockheed Martin, however, are a new form of attack, in contrast to what Killnet said just before the attacks. Killmilk, the group’s original member, also announced his desire to leave Killnet for this new assault on Lockheed.

More than 1,000 websites in Lithuania were the focus of the hackers’ boastful attacks. Among those reported to be down or experiencing issues on Monday were the country’s State Tax Inspectorate, Integrated System of Administrative Services, Central State Archive, the city websites of Vilnius and Kaunas, the Lithuanian version of the Swedish telecommunications company Telia, and significant accounting service provider B1. According to Lithuania’s cybersecurity authority, an upswing in DDoS attacks began on Friday and targeted the financial sector, transportation businesses, and government organizations.

Recently, RT posted a chat with Killmilk and Killnet who continued to claim that they have Lockheed martin data and that they will give special services that could be interpreted in a few ways.

The chat read “The founder of Killnet told what hackers will do with the information received after hacking the website of the American defense company Lockheed Martin, which produces HIMARS.

“The most important thing that we have received in cooperation with the NASA space cooperation. Lockheed Martin has been working closely with the NASA satellite system for more than a decade. We received more than 9 GB of various information. If you are wondering where valuable documents will go; then I can safely tell you: they will go as a gift to our special services” said the hacker. The Killnet founder added that Lockheed Martin denied the hack that gave access to employee information: “okay, but what will they tell their employees that all their data has been sold on the dark web for 5 bucks a log for 34 hours?’

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