Anonymous has successfully breached and leaked around 200 GB of emails from Belarusian arms manufacturer Tetraedr
Anonymous has successfully breached and leaked around 200 GB of emails from Belarusian arms manufacturer Tetraedr. According to the claims This company has provided logistical support to Vladimir Putin in his invasion of Ukraine.
Anonymous also shared the screenshot of the hacked email database. In the image, it’s clearly seen it’s a joint attack by anonymous Liberland and the PWN-BAR hack team.
The message further reads ANONYMOUS LIBERLAND AND THE PWN – BÄR HACK TEAM
About us Greetings citizens of the world. Let us introduce ourselves… We are the Pwn-Bär international hack team. We stand for equal opportunity pwnage and unrestricted access to information. Our Russian APT friends seem kinda out of shape, don’t they? Defacements? DDoS attacks? What year is this? 2012? We thought maybe they needed a little reminder of what real hacking is like, so we logged off Twitter to touch Shodan and we were shocked with what we saw. They have the most secure cybers in the entire world and we could not hack them. Hahaha, just kidding… We announce the start of #OpCyberBullyPutin. We are going to show you how prepared for cyberwar Russia and CIS countries really are. We are Anonymous. We are a legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.
The Unitary Enterprise “Tetraedr” Country: Belarus, Category: Military-industrial complex The TETRAEDR UE is a scientific and industrial private unitary enterprise specializing in development and manufacture of advanced radio-electronic weapon systems, development, and manufacture of hardware and software used in radar and radio-electronic control assets, upgrading of Air Defense Missile Systems. The TETRAEDR UE was founded on 26 April 2001, state registration No 190233544. The TETRAEDR UE is a full member of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The TETRAEDR UE does not patch ProxyLogon in the year 2022. The PWNBÄR HT hacked them and copied their mail spools. If you saw pictures from Russian state TV of missiles being fired at military training in Belarus, included are the schematics for some of those SAMS, and email threads that might be of interest to researchers of Belarusian involvement in the international arms trade.