Killnet is all set to do cyberattack the governmental institutions of Japan

The pro-Russian hacktivist group Killnet has been particularly active since Russia invaded Ukraine. Killnet declared war on groups in countries that were allies of Ukraine and then carried out attacks in Lithuania, Norway, and Italy, to name a few. Many people have started to worry that these attacks may next target their companies.

On July 27, GroupSense analysts discovered a stunning new message from Killnet. KillMilk, the brains behind Killnet, will split off to begin his final assault on Lockheed Martin. Killnet claims that KillMilk has been putting considerable effort into getting ready for this pivotal clash. In their main Telegram channel, Killnet shared a brand-new channel that belonged to their creator KillMilk.

The letter from Killnet expresses a persistent commitment to defending Russia from its adversaries abroad, shares an anti-European point of view, and challenges other activists to continue their work for the benefit of the nation.

He said, “What I would do for my country now would be dangerous enough for my team. So I made the decision to withdraw from Killnet for their own safety. But that doesn’t mean I’m leaving them without my help. Nothing changes, folks! Killnet is in full swing to win!”

Now recently it was brought to notice by KillNet that KillMilk has sobered up after a binge and has now restarted attacking Japan as their first target, with several government sites on their list.

The sites include the Electronic government of Japan (Public Services), the Electronic Application of the e-government of Japan, Japan’s main tax portal(desktop), and the main electronic system of tax authority of Japan, including local authorities, certified contractors, tax software development companies, financial institutions, and major tax system providers.

 

 

 




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