“Anonymous” hacked Russian propagandist TV company VGTRK
Hackers of “Anonymous” claimed they had hacked the All-Russian State Television and Radio Company (VDTRK), which owns a number of propaganda channels. This was announced by them on Twitter, as Hromadske reported.
The structure of VDTRK includes, in particular, TV channels "Russia-1", "Russia-24", radio stations "Russian Radio", "Radio Russia" and others. The company also has regional branches throughout Russia.
The hackers said they were going to release 870 GB of data. It will be recalled that Anonymous hackers declared cyber war against Russian authorities and president vladimir putin at the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Since that time, they are regularly compromising certain Russian resources that could threaten Ukraine's security. For example, on March 24, they hacked the Central Bank of Russia and promised to release files with secret agreements.
On March 21, Anonymous hackers threatened all companies still operating in Russia and gave them 48 hours to leave Russia, otherwise they would become their target.
Earlier, hackers reported the hacking of the database of one of the world's largest food companies Nestle , the Rosatom website , posted more than 360,000 files from the Roskomnadzor website , hacked the Russian media and started broadcasting the news on developments in Ukraine .
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