Here are the latest cyberattacks by the hacktivist group, Anonymous, in their cyberwar against Russia!
Anonymous Launches Cyberwar Against Russia!
On 22 February 2022, Anonymous lobbed a warning shot at both Russia and China, hacking an official Chinese website and a Russian Modbus device.
After the Russian invasion started on 24 February, Anonymous announced that they would also begin “gearing up for action” :
#Anonymous has always been against war, and against colonialism. We’ve seen how unfettered power decimates the weak, only having its own self interests in mind. We stand with the people, not the governments of the world.
Anonymous condemns the attacks on the Ukrainian people.
The next day, Anonymous announced that they have started attacking the Russian government.
#Anonymous is currently involved in operations against the Russian Federation. Our operations are targeting the Russian government. There is an inevitability that the private sector will most likely be affected too. While this account cannot claim to speak for the whole (con)
Anonymous Cyberwar Successes Against Russia!
Here is the latest list of cyberattacks that Anonymous successfully conducted in their cyberwar against Russian.
25 February 2022
- Anonymous took down the RT News website – RT.com.
- Anonymous took down four Russian ISP websites
– Com2Com : com2com.ru
– PTT-Teleport Moscow : ptt.ru
– RELCOM : relcom.ru
– SOVAM Teleport : sovam.com
- Anonymous took down Russian oil giant, Gazprom’s website : www.gazprom.com
26 February 2022
- Anonymous took down several Russian government websites, including the Kremlin, State Duma, and Ministry of Defense.
- Anonymous “retrieved” and leaked 200 GB of emails from Tetraedr – a Belarusian arms manufacturer, including blueprints of the SAMs (Surface-to-Air Missiles) they manufacture.
27 February 2022
- Anonymous took down the Chechen Republic government website : chechnya.gov.ru
Note : This came after multiple reports of Chechen soldiers being deployed to Ukraine.
- Anonymous shut down gas supply provided by Tvingo Telecom in Russia. Tvingo Telecom is owned by Rostelecom, a Russian state owned telecommunications company.
Looks like the Russian state had a little bit of an issue with their Gas compressor. Can someone say, leaking gas, turned off fans, deleted configurations/profiles, access to the file system & an inevitable shutdown? #Ukraine pic.twitter.com/DnjGJbiUvz
— NB65 (@xxNB65) February 27, 2022
28 February 2022
- Anonymous took down several official Belarus government websites :
– Belarus Ministry of Communications and Information : mpt.gov.by
– Belarus State Authority for Military Industry : vpk.gov.by
– Belarus Military : mil.by
- Anonymous took down several more Russian state and state-linked websites :
– Pension Fund of the Russian Federation : pfr.gov.ru
– Russian Public Services portal : gosuslugi.ru
– Kremlin website (again) : Kremlin.ru
– Russian Federal Customs Service : customs.gov.ru
– Russian government website : government.ru
– Moscow city + mayor website : mos.ru
– Tass news agency website : Tass.ru
- The hacking group GNG – an Anonymous affiliate – hacked and leaked a Sberbank database
- Anonymous Network Battalion 65′ (nB65) hacked and released 40,000 files from the Russian Nuclear Safety Institute.
I will keep updating this article, as and when Anonymous announces their successes against Russia.
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