The popular collective Anonymous claims to have hacked the website of the Russian Ministry of Defense and leaked data of 305,925 people.
The #OpRussia (#OpRussia) launched by Anonymous on Russia after the criminal invasion of Ukraine continues, the popular collective claims to have hacked the website of the Russian Ministry of Defense.
The group of hacktivists has leaked the data of 305,925 people who are likely to be mobilized in the first of three waves of mobilization announced by President Putin as part of an escalation of the offensive in response to difficulties faced by the Russian army in Ukraine.
The group shared via ProtonDrive a TXT file of 90MB in size. The file contains names, birth date, regions and districts for more than 300K individuals.
At this time it is not possible to verify the exact source of the published archive.
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