GhostSec gains access to Metrospetstekhnika’s IT system

GhostSec claims to have gained access to Metrospetstekhnika’s IT system, which provides every metro in Russia.
This action may now cause system disruptions and data leaks within the company.

GhostSec claimed to have obtained access to the smoke system, battery system, full building blueprints with temperature control, and train reports.

Ghostsec announced their support for Ukraine: β€œIn support of the people of Ukraine, WE STAND WITH YOU!” Also known as Ghost Security, the group was originally formed to attack ISIS websites that preach Islamic extremism. Ghostsec is also commonly referred to as an offshoot of Anonymous. According to exclusive information provided by the group, GhostSec parted ways with other members who are now working with the US government, while the others are still part of the collective.




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