Anonymous hacked and released nearly 10 million Russian files and emails since cyber war declaration
Since declaring “cyber war” on the Kremlin’s criminal regime, the Anonymous collective has hacked and released nearly 10 million Russian files and emails, not including the databases.
JUST IN: The #Anonymous collective has now hacked & released nearly 10 million Russian files and emails (not including databases) since declaring 'cyber war' on Kremlin's criminal regime. The documents are available on #DDoSecrets. #OpRussia #StandWithUkraine pic.twitter.com/0zbRdvUJoD
— Anonymous TV 🇺🇦 (@YourAnonTV) April 27, 2022
After Putin launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the hacking collective Anonymous declared a Cyber War on his government.
In the days since the invasion, the group has claimed responsibility for several cyber incidents, including making websites unreachable by flooding them with traffic, which has brought down government websites.
Official Kremlin and Ministry of Defence websites were made inaccessible, and pro-Ukraine content, including patriotic songs and images from the invasion, was posted on Russian state TV channels.