Anonymous hackers threaten Putin

The hacker group Anonymous published over 28 GB of data and threatened the Russian president.

Anonymous hackers, who claimed to have hacked the Bank of Russia, published 28 GB of data obtained as a result of the attack, reports The Central Bank denies the fact of hacking, however “Russian Air Force Service” already convinced of the publication by hackers of information about the owners of banks and hundreds of audit reports.

Anonymous said that the published documents are posted on different points of the Internet, in case they are censored, hackers will share updated links. Anonymous claim to have received access to secret agreements. The regulator denies.

The hackers also posted a video message to Russian President Vladimir Putin: “Putin, none of your secrets are protected. We are everywhere, we are in your palace, we are where you eat, we are at your table, we are in your bedroom. We publish thousands of documents of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation: agreements, letters, transactions, trade secrets of your oligarchs, real economic reports that are hidden from the public.

After the start of the Russian “special operation” in Ukraine, the Anonymous hacker group declared a “cyber war” on Russia. On March 17, she claimed to have hacked over 2,500 websites of the Russian and Belarusian governments, state media, banks and other companies. Anonymous claimed responsibility for hacking the RT channel’s website.

On March 21, the group threatened with attacks those companies that, after the outbreak of hostilities in Ukraine, continue to do business in Russia. Literally three days later, she announced that the websites of a number of French retail chains operating in the Russian Federation had been hacked.

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