The Anonymous hacker collective threatened Russia with cyberwar after Moscow launched a military operation in Ukraine; their website was hacked after the announcement.
After the Russian military operation was launched in Ukrainian territory on February 24, the Anonymous hacker collective started targetting Moscow’s websites, media, the military, and various government agencies last Friday.
Killnet is a hacking group that has allegedly brought down a key website related to Anonymous, alongside the neo-Nazi Ukrainian Right Sector paramilitary group and Ukrainian President’s office.
On Tuesday, according to some users who tried to access Anonymous’ official website, ‘anonymoushackers.net,’ they met with the message “Sorry, that didn’t work. Please try again or come back later. 500 Error. Internal Server Error.” The hacking group added a Russian-language video address, with a shadowy hooded figure against the backdrop of a Russian flag reading out a text.
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