Anonymous publishes the names of the Russian military in Bucha and attacks the media

Anonymous publishes the names of the Russian military in Bucha and attacks the media

The conflict between Ukraine and Russia continues to rage, while the world has recently been shaken by the images and testimonies coming from the city of Bucha, where, following the withdrawal of Russian troops, according to some, real and own "war crimes".

The hacker group Anonymous, which has decided to lend its support to Ukraine by organizing attacks on the main organizations present on Russian soil, has published the personal details of the Russian military present at Bucha, which include names, ranks and passport details.

List of Russian military stationed in Bucha (51460).

The names, ranks and passport details of Russians serving in the 64 Motor Rifle Brigade which occupied Bucha prior to March 31. #OpRussia #Anonymous

- Anonymous • News (@Anonymous_Link) April 4, 2022

In addition, hackers from the NB group 65, linked to Anonymous, reported that they successfully attacked the All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK) and leaked 900,000 emails and a number of sensitive documents.

900,000 emails and 4,000 files from VGTRK / ВГТРК (All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company / Всероссийская государственная телевизионная телевизионная и ранадиове, Russian state broadcaster) national TV stations, two international networks, five radio stations and over 80 regional TV and radio networks, spanning over 20 years. The Russian government has declared VGTRK essential for "state security".

JUST IN: Hacking group 'NB65' (@ xxNB65), affiliated with #Anonymous has hacked and breached the VGTRK (All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company). Total data being prepared for release is 870GB. #DDoSecrets will release it in the near future. #OpRussia #FCKPTN

- Anonymous TV (@YourAnonTV) March 27, 2022

Already a few days ago we reported that Anonymous had also targeted the Russian Orthodox Church, which allegedly stole 57,000 e-mails as part of the charitable activities of the religious institution. Another attack in recent days was carried out against Marathon Group, the investment company of Alexander Vinokuro, a Russian oligarch already sanctioned by the European Union, from which 62,000 e-mails were stolen subsequently published in an archive by 52 GB on the DDoSecrets site.