Anonymous: Operation Russia after 100 days of war
Operation Russia continues, albeit much more slowly than last month, RKPLaw, Vyberi Radio, and Metprom Group are the last victims.
The #OpRussia launched by Anonymous on Russia after the criminal invasion of Ukraine continues, albeit much more slowly than last month. The collective recently leaked stolen data via DDoSecrets. This is my update on the recent attack and associated data leaks via the DDoSecrets platform:
RRustam Kurmaev and Partners (RKP Law) – RKP Law is a Russian law firm that works with major banking, media, oil and industrial firms and state interests, including American companies. Some of their clients include, Ikea, Volkswagen Group Russia, Toyota Russia, Oilfield Service Company, Panasonic, Mechel PJSC, ChTPZ PJSC, Abbott Laboratories, Baker Hughes, ING Bank, Yamaha Motor, Jones Lang LaSalle, Caterpillar, JLL, Gilette, Citibank, Mars, VimpelCom, 2×2, and Sberbank. B00da and Porteur leaked a 1T archive containing data and emails from the law firm.Vyberi Radio is a group of companies, which operates around 100 radio stations in 18 cities throughout Russia, with over 8 million listeners. Anonymous has leaked a 823 GB archive containing 1.5 million emails. Metprom Group is a metallurgic engineering and investment group involved in dozens of projects with ArcelorMittal, PAO NLMK, EVRAZ group enterprises, PAO Mechel plants, PAO Severstal, Isfahan metallurgical plant (Islamic Republic of Iran), Helwan metallurgical plant (Arab Republic of Egypt) and others. B00da, Porteur, and Wh1t3 Sh4d0w leaked a 184 GB archive containing company emails.
Anonymous also launched massive DDoS attacks against the main Belarussian government websites for the support that Belarus provides to Russia in the invasion of #Ukraine.
A couple of weeks ago, Anonymous claimed to have hacked the email accounts belonging to members of the Pro-Russia group of hackers Killnet.
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