World Russian hackers attack Putin regime
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A collective baptized NRA launched a first cyber attack against a Russian software company. The latter would work with the Kremlin, according to the hacktivists.A collective called NRA launched a first cyber attack against a Russian software company. The latter would work with the Kremlin, according to the hacktivists.
A group of Russian hackers would have been formed to act against the Kremlin. This new collective contactedresearchers as well as a journalist from the Kyiv Post Ransomware
Putin Has Left the World No Other Option But Regime Change
Vladimir Putin must go. His demented Kremlin speech Friday, during a ceremony in which he feebly asserted Russia was annexing portions of Ukraine, made the strongest case for the necessity of regime change in Moscow that any world leader has yet to make. But it has been clear the Russian dictator must be removed from office for a long time now. It has been clear because Putin’s actions and rhetoric demonstrate day in and day out that Ukraine can never be secure as long as he remains in office.
In its post-hacking message, the collective asks the company to pay the amount requested, in which case all the information on customers will be published. This method is not very common
among hacktivists,to transmit a political message A link with an already existing NRA group? NRA members told Kyiv Post that the announcement of a mobilization was the moment when they decided to act. "Putin unnecessarily sends our young men to die in an unjust war against Ukraine who led to the massacre of innocent civilians, including women and children.
Russia smuggling Ukrainian grain to help pay for Putin's war
BEIRUT (AP) — When the bulk cargo ship Laodicea docked in Lebanon last summer, Ukrainian diplomats said the vessel was carrying grain stolen by Russia and urged Lebanese officials to impound the ship. Moscow called the allegation “false and baseless,” and Lebanon’s prosecutor general sided with the Kremlin and declared that the 10,000 tons of barley and wheat flour wasn’t stolen and allowed the ship to unload. But an investigation by TheMoscow called the allegation “false and baseless,” and Lebanon’s prosecutor general sided with the Kremlin and declared that the 10,000 tons of barley and wheat flour wasn’t stolen and allowed the ship to unload.
The Unisoftware company has not reacted and made no statement. The company would have been targeted because it works with the public authorities in Russia. The pirates claim that IT managers tried to interrupt the system, but
The sensitive files were already encryptedThis is the first time since the invasion last February that a group of Russian -speaking hackers acts against the Vladimir Putin regime. In August,
The daughter of Alexander Dougine, Russian ultra-nationalistTo go further of Russian opponents had claimed this between the mother country and money, the Russian hackers have chosen the dollar
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