Data from almost 600,000 emails on 712 GB of various Russian departments was received by the hacker group Anonymous. They announced this on Twitter.
JUST IN: #Anonymous just leaked almost 600,000 new emails from Russian three datasets published by #DDoSecrets — including well over 200,000 emails from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation #OpRussia #OpKremlin #FreeUkraine #FckPutin ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/cjqsXBmG2l
— Anonymous TV 🇺🇦 (@YourAnonTV) April 11, 2022
Thanks to the hack, 446 GB of data from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, another 150 GB of data from the authorities of Blagoveshchensk, and 116 GB of letters from the governor and administration of the Tver region were leaked to the network.
We wrote earlier that Anonymous had posted more than 2 million Russian letters online since the beginning of the war.
#OpRussia: Since declaring ‘cyber war’ on Kremlin’s criminal regime, #Anonymous has released over 2 million Russian emails via #DDoSecrets and this is just the beginning. In the coming days #Anonymous collective will release other data related to Russian entities. #FreeUkraine pic.twitter.com/f1povI6uF1
— Anonymous TV 🇺🇦 (@YourAnonTV) April 10, 2022
All these cyberattacks are conducted between Anonymous and the Russian Federation against the backdrop of the invasion of Ukraine.
Until then, hackers hacked Russian TV channels and streaming services Wink and Ivi, broadcasting footage of the war in Ukraine, All-Russian State Television and Radio Companyand also announced hacking the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.