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Who are anonymous and what did they do to Russia?

Anonymous has hacked into Russias media censorship agency and released 340,000 files in the latest undermining of Putins war propaganda campaign (file image) The Anonymous hacker said they urgently felt the Russian people should have access to information about their government, DDoSecrets said.

Is anonymous waging a cyber war against Russia?

More than three weeks ago, a popular Twitter account named “Anonymous” declared that the shadowy activist group was waging a “cyber war” against Russia.

Is anonymous hacking Russias media censorship agency?

Anonymous has hacked into Russias media censorship agency and released 340,000 files in the latest undermining of Putins war propaganda campaign.

Who are anonymous?

The online hacking activist, or “hacktivist,” group Anonymous, whose adherents often disguise their identities with Guy Fawkes masks, is claiming responsibility for disruptions to Russian and Belarusian-backed websites.

Who are anonymous and why are they Fighting Russia?

The Anonymous collective is officially in cyber war against the Russian government. #Anonymous #Ukraine According to Ukrinform, the group has already hacked more than 2,500 state websites, media outlets and others in both Russia and Belarus, another neighbouring country effectively under Russian control.

Who are anonymous and what did they do in Ukraine?

#Anonymous #Ukraine According to Ukrinform, the group has already hacked more than 2,500 state websites, media outlets and others in both Russia and Belarus, another neighbouring country effectively under Russian control. This is not the first time the hacker group has interfered in international conflicts.

Did anonymous win the cyberwar on Russia?

Just hours after declaring cyberwar on Russia, hacker group Anonymous has claimed a significant victory. They managed to breach the Russian Ministry of Defence’s database and posted it online for the world to see.

Is anonymous wading into the Ukraine-Russia conflict?

The murky online group known as Anonymous appears to be wading into the Ukraine-Russia conflict by declaring it is at cyber war against President Vladimir Putin and the Russian government.

Did anonymous just hack a Russian federal agency?

The international hacktivists collective Anonymous has struck again and this time the group is claiming to have hacked Roskomnadzor (aka Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media), a major Russian federal agency. The group also claims to have stolen over 360,000 files.

Did Anonymous take down Russian websites again?

Anonymous claims they have taken action against Russia once again by targeting their government websites in another attack against of Putin and his invasion of Ukraine. The group of hacktivists took to Twitter to announce the websites they claim to have successfully brought down, including FSB, the Russian intelligence service.

What is Russia’s ‘fake news’ ban on the Internet?

On February 24, the agency ordered all media outlets to only use official, state-sanctioned information sources or face severe punishment for spreading fake news. The words war, invasion and attack were all banned from use when describing Russias military actions in Ukraine.

Was Roskomnadzor hacked by anonymous?

The announcement of the hack came from Emma Best of DDoSecrets who confirmed that an affiliate of Anonymous collective shared 820 GB worth of Roskomnadzor with their organization.

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