Anonymous continues to support Ukraine against the Russia

The collective Anonymous and its affiliated groups continue to target the Russian government and private organizations.

The collective Anonymous, and other groups in its ecosystem, continue to target the Russian government and private organizations.

Let’s summarize the most interesting attacks observed in the last few days.

Yesterday Anonymous announced the hack of the website of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia, the hackers defaced them and published the message:

“Don’t trust the Russian media – they are lying”, “Full information about the war in Ukraine” and “Russia’s default is imminent”.

The website of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia is hacked.

Hyperlinks appeared on the main page with the words: “Don’t trust the Russian media – they are lying”, “Full information about the war in Ukraine” and “Russia’s default is imminent”.#OpRussia #Anonymous #FCKPTN pic.twitter.com/Sda25gSVfK

— Anonymous Operations (@AnonOpsSE) March 16, 2022

Anonymous also claimed to have hacked the Russian Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation, which is a Russian state corporation that specializes in nuclear energy, nuclear non-energy goods and high-tech products. The group has stolen data from the organization and started leaking Gigabytes of data.

#Anonymous hacks into Russian firm nuclear plant.
*Anonymous defaces Rosatom website, starts to leak gigabytes of data* (link to data in article: we can’t post the link because Twitter is mean to us sometimes).https://t.co/2uxp0yafen

— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) March 15, 2022

The hacktivists continue to target the Russian propaganda condemning the censorship imposed by Moscow. Recently, one of the collectives set up a website to randomly send emails, SMS messages, and Instant messaging messages to Russian citizens to inform them of the atrocity of the Russian invasion.

“What can I do to help?”
You can:
*E-mail random Russians: https://t.co/Vd52jU7n7t & https://t.co/I6WEpP3MgB

*Text random Russians: https://t.co/61tlxNUkrI

*WhatsApp random Russians https://t.co/ikCQYdLG8r

Inform the people of Russia about Ukraine!
You are #Anonymous

— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) March 15, 2022

We do not know how to start this tweet… how to say HOW MUCH WE YOU!
Y-O-U sent 30,000,000 messages to randomly selected Russians via https://t.co/SOF3exu83O ! #fightforUkraine Don’t stop! You are F*KN INCREDIBLE!!!#OpRussia #Anonymous #Ukraine @YourAnonNews @donie pic.twitter.com/niU6MgJGoe

— squad303 (@squad3o3) March 16, 2022

The hacktivists also attempted to interfere with Russian military communications on the battlefield, recently they captured and shared Russian Military unencrypted High Frequency and morse code communications.

Russian Military Unencrypted High Frequency and Morse Code Comms

Data Dump: https://t.co/lsSGZVceqB#DoomSec #Ukraine #Anonymous #Russia #OpRussia #OpKremlin #UkraineUnderAttack #UkraineWar pic.twitter.com/LfA1YTWMOs

— Anon (@DeepNetAnon) March 16, 2022

The group also continues to share access to thousands of network cameras from Russia and Belarus:

More than 1300 network cameras from Russia/Belarus

https://t.co/t9QILX50Rl#OpRussia #Anonymous pic.twitter.com/ODw5ljbNqR

— Anonymous • News (@Anonymous_Link) March 15, 2022

Early this week, the GhostSec group announced to have seized more than 100 Russian government and military printers.

The #GhostSec group, operating as part of the #Anonymous collective, has already seized more than 100 Russian government and military printers !

good work.. #Ukraine #Russia https://t.co/oNlZfL5Xjn

— INFORMATION | WORLD HUMANITY | (@OpsAn0n) March 13, 2022

Stay tuned!

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Anonymous)

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