Hacker Group ‘Anonymous’ Releases Personal Data of 120,000 Russian Soldiers
Soldiers 'should be subjected to a war crime tribunal'
Hacker group "Anonymous" has claimed responsibility for the release of “personal data of 120,000 Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine.”
These personal details reportedly include names, dates of birth, home addresses, and passport numbers.
The group tweeted on Sunday:
“All soldiers participating in the invasion of Ukraine should be subjected to a war crime tribunal."
Anonymous has made it clear that they are going to fight against Putin with all of their resources.
In a video message that was sent to Putin, a spokesperson for Anonymous said:
“This is a message to Vladimir Putin, from Anonymous.
"Mr. Putin, the ongoing invasion of Ukraine has shown that your regime has no respect for human rights or the self-determination of your neighbors.”
“If you continue on this path… you will face unprecedented cyberattacks from all corners of the world,” Anonymous warned.
“Members of Anonymous have declared cyber war against your aggressive regime… soon you will feel the full wrath of the world’s hackers,” the spokesperson said.
Last month, Anonymous claimed it had hacked into Russia 24, Channel One, and Moscow 24 to show the realities of the savage Ukraine invasion.
Russian leader Vladimir Putin reportedly told Russian citizens that the invasion is a "special military operation" and a peacekeeping exercise.
According to Russian media sources, the civil war that has broken out in Ukraine, led by Nazi nationalists, is spurred on by the West.
The footage aired on Russian TV included the message: "ordinary Russians are against the war" and urged them to oppose the invasion.
JUST IN: The hacking collective #Anonymous today hacked into the Russian streaming services Wink and Ivi (like Netflix) and live TV channels Russia 24, Channel One, Moscow 24 to broadcast war footage from #Ukraine. #TangoDown #OpRussia pic.twitter.com/2V8opv7Dg9— Anonymous TV 🇺🇦 (@YourAnonTV) March 6, 2022
Hacker claimed to have shut down Russia's space agency, so Putin "no longer has control over spy satellites" last week.