This week Anonymous and other hacker groups affiliated with the collective have launched multiple attacks against Russian government agencies and organizations.
The week started with the announcement of the hack of Russia’s Ministry of Culture, Anonymous leaked 446 GB of data through the DDoSecrets platform.
Yesterday the group ‘NB 65’ (@xxNB65) announced it has hacked Continent Express, the Russian largest independent travel agency and leaked nearly 400 GB of files and databases via the DDoSecrets platform.
Anonymous also hacked Gazprom Linde Engineering, a company that specializes in designing gas and petrochemical processing facilities and oil refineries. The hackers claim to have stolen 728GB of internal data containing 768,000 emails that leaked via DDoSecrets.
Anonymous also compromised the Russian firm Technotec and stole 495,000 emails from its systems. Technotec has provided oil and gas field services along with chemical reagents used in oil production and transportation to companies including Rosneft and Gazprom Neft since 1995.
Technotec has also partnered with Russian state research institutes, including the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, the Federal State Unitary Enterprise, and the Institute of Oil and Gas Issues of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
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