Anonymous hacked Russian cams, websites, announced a clamorous leak

The collective Anonymous has hacked public cameras in Russia and transmitted their live feed on a website, it also announced a clamorous leak.

Anonymous and other hacker groups continue to target Russia, in a recent attack the collective has taken over more than 400 Russian cameras in support of Ukraine.

The hacktivist shared the live feed of the hacked cameras on the website, the hacked cams are grouped in various categories based on their location (Businesses, Outdoor, Indoor, Restaurants, Offices, Schools, and Security Offices).,.

#Anonymous is watching soldiers in central #Russia. Enjoy your Peta. check it out at @DepaixPorteur @YourAnonNews @YourAnonTV @YourAnonOne @LatestAnonPress @LatestAnonNews @TheAnonMovement

— thewarriorpoetz (@thewarriorpoetz) March 8, 2022

Anonymous overlaid text describing the atrocities of an absurd invasion that Putin tries to hide from his population. The message states “Putin is killing children, 352 Ukraine civilians dead. Russians lied to”

In a similar campaign, recently the hacker group hacked live TV channel streaming services in Russia to broadcast war footage from Ukraine.

Anonymous is combatting Russia destroying its propaganda machine, using the same “weapons” to bring the war in Ukraine in front of the Russian people.

Anonymous continues to target Belorus websites, the official website of the Russian Federal Penitentiary Service was hacked by the collective that published a picture against the war.

The official website of the #Russian Federal Penitentiary Service was hacked. A picture against the war with #Ukraine appears instead of the home page

— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) March 8, 2022

In the last hours, rumors of a clamorous hack are circulating online, the Anonymous affiliate group Network Battalion 65 claims to have hacked Kaspersky and announced the leak of the source code of the popular antivirus.

Stay tuned for Kaspersky source code leak. #Ukraine

— NB65 (@xxNB65) March 8, 2022

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, SIM swapping)

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