DDoSecrets publishes hacked emails from MashOil, a Russian company

Anonymous, a decentralized international activist and hacktivist collective, continues its offenses against Russia. The collective hacked a Russian firm MashOil .

The link to the company’s stolen data has been published on the leak site DDoSecrets.

Hacktivists allegedly stole 2.4 gigabytes of emails from a Russian construction company and leaked them. Anonymous also hacked MashOiL and used DDoSecrets to leak the data. The dump contains nearly 140,000 emails from MashOil, which designs, manufactures, and maintains drilling, mining, and fracking equipment.

Anonymous claims to be working on another data leak that will have a devastating impact on the Russian government.

Over 50 emails cover MashOil’s interactions with sanctions, including recent ones imposed in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

MashOil is a Russian company that designs, manufactures, and maintains drilling, mining, and fracking equipment. MashOil has tested equipment with Gazprom and signed agreements with subsidiaries of Gazprom.

MashOil is also the FID Group’s official representative in the Russian Federation. The FID Group brings together Belarussian and Russian companies that design, manufacture, and supply hydrocarbon extraction equipment.

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