Anonymous is about to reveal sensitive files about Russia
After breaking into the Russian Central Bank and revealing confidential information about the institution, the Anonymous group appears to be preparing yet another sharing of sensitive files about high-ranking Russian organizations.
Who says that is the website Hackread – as well as the author and journalist Brian J. Karem through its Twitter page – and adds that the group of ‘hackers’ has gathered 1.22TB of sensitive data that they intend to share over the next few weeks.
NOW: Anonymous says they will leak 1.22TB data from sensitive Russian institutions in the next couple of weeks in retaliation for the invasion of Ukraine.
— Brian J. Karem (@BrianKarem) March 30, 2022
It is not known from which Russian organizations and institutions this data was stolen, but it is likely that it was gathered over the last few weeks of the attacks.
RostProekt data breach was originally announced by @DepaixPorteur, an Anonymous affiliate who also played a vital role in hacking unsecured printers in Russia and sending anti-war and anti-censorship printouts across the country. While addressing the Rostproekt breach, @DepaixPorteur said that:
“We are Anonymous. We have created a new site to host our upcoming leaks + future Anonymous leaks. We also hacked Rostproekt emails as a treat to celebrate the new site & to hold you over while waiting for the upcoming dump(s).”