v0g3lsec Has Hacked into Another Russian Black Market Website on The Dark Web

Anonymous collective v0g3lSec has hacked another Russian black market operating on the dark web. The website was formerly used to sell drugs and has now been vandalized with the Squad303 tool.

The message that now appears on the Russian website is: This Onion service has been seized by v0g3lSec. “As there is no free media in Russia and the internet is censored. Squad303 gives you a tool that allows you to send text messages from your phones directly to randomly selected Russians. Let them know the truth. Let them know the power of the free world! visit 1920.in We Is Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect Us.”

Squad303, a British Air Force squad of Polish pilots famed for their gallant struggle against Nazi Germany, was responsible for the development of 1920.in. The year 1920 alludes to a historic battle in which Polish fighters defeated a significantly larger number of Russian invaders. After then, users are given a random Whatsapp number and a selection of Russian-language texts to send. Pleasant greetings are frequently followed by facts about the invasion, factual media reporting, or battle films.

v0g3lsec Has Hacked into Another Russian Black Market on The Dark Web

“Let them know the truth. Let them know the power of the free world!” the website 1920.in stated. Sending too many emails at once is not a good idea. Your emails may otherwise be deemed spam.

According to a Squad303 representative, their goal is to break through Putin’s digital censorship wall and ensure that Russians are not completely cut off from the rest of the world and the truth of what Russia is doing in Ukraine.

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