Anonymous Hacked Russian TV Channels and Broadcast a Call to End the War in Ukraine
Anonymous hackers hacked into several state-owned Russian TV channels, as well as streaming services Wink and Ivi, and broadcast footage of the destruction in Kharkiv, calling to put an end to the war in Ukraine.
The hackers managed to hack into several Russian state television channels, such as Channel One and Russia 24.
After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Anonymous hacker group declared cyberwar on the Russian Federation. Since then, they have attacked many government websites and pages of popular Russian media, posting anti-war messages on them.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine was condemned by many countries of the world, applying a number of economic and political sanctions. Russians were banned from entering a number of countries around the world. Many representatives of well-known firms for the production of clothing, technology, cars and other products have closed their factories, shops and service centers in this country. The exchange rate of the Russian ruble sank in a matter of days. And even payment systems like Visa and Mastercard refused to serve Russians outside the borders of the Russian Federation, and also completely stopped working inside the country.
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