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Website of Russian Orthodox Church’s charitable wing hacked

Anonymous, the hacker group that previously hacked the websites and computers of various Russian government organisations, has made a number of new claims.

First, another hack was announced on the website of the Russian Orthodox Church’s charitable wing, which posted the following image and text condemning Patriarch Kiril’s position on Ukraine. The site’s access has already been restored, but Anonymous leads to a link that allows you to see how the site looked during the hack.

Previously, hackers leaked 15 GB of data stolen from the Russian Orthodox Church’s charity wing and published approximately 57,500 emails via the Distributed Denial of Secrets website.

Furthermore, Anonymous claimed to have leaked millions of emails, which are also accessible via DDoSecrets.




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