Kremlin lists Anonymous collective on the top 4 active hacking groups defending Ukraine including Squad303, American Ghostclan (USA), the IT Army of Ukraine, and Georgian GNG

On Wednesday, The Anonymous Collective shares a post that Kremlin has listed Squad303 along with other three hacking groups on the top 4 most active hacking groups defending Ukraine.

Squad303 was responsible for creating a tool that created an uproar in Russia. Through that tool, several people tried to reach the average Russian to inform them about the atrocities that Putin and his army were doing in Ukraine.

We were one of the first publications that reported about the Squad303 and its tool. The website first started off as a message-sending service, then more features were added to it like WhatsApp, Viber, emails and many modes of other communication.

They shared a post saying that according to the director of the Department of the International Information Security of the Russian Foreign Ministry, hacker groups from Ukraine, the United States, and Georgia were committing cyber attacks against Russian government agencies and data storage facilities.

The other three hacktivists that were highlighted by the Russian authorities are American Ghostclan (USA), the IT Army of Ukraine, and Georgian GNG.

On Wednesday, Squad303 also tweeted that Kremlin’s official propaganda tube @rianovostieng has recognized the Anonymous collective and Squad303 as one of the most dangerous tools in the hands of the free world.

So far several Russian websites were hacked under opRussia. DDoSecrets has hosted several documents of such websites that were leaked by the collective and other hackers who are still trying to stop Russia.

Squad303 gave the information through its official Twitter handle.

“Dear Cyber warriors! We have great news for you! Your 110 million messages kicked Putin’s ass! The Kremlin’s official propaganda tube @rianovostieng has recognized #Anonymous and Squad303 as one of the most dangerous tools in the hands of the free world!,” Squad303 tweeted.

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