Hackers from an anonymous group reported on Twitter that they had entered the Kremlin’s surveillance. To confirm their words, they released records showing the interior of the Kremlin.
The attack was carried out by hackers from The Black Rabbit on behalf of Anonymous. They claim to have access to video surveillance cameras at the Russian president’s headquarters.
“We will not rest until you reveal all your secrets. You will not stop us. We are inside.” – Underlined on Twitter.
This is another attack on Russia by an anonymous hacker alliance. In March, they said they had hacked the data of the Russian central bank and threatened to reveal tens of thousands of confidential files.
According to Ukrinform, the group’s hackers launched a Russian invasion of Ukraine. More than 2,500 official Russian and Belarusian websites have been hacked And carried out unprecedented attacks on the part of the Russian government.
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