Anonymous-linked hackers hacked the Russian State TV and Radio Company

The hacker group Anonymous reported on Twitter that hackers from the NB65 group associated with them hacked the Russian State Television and Radio Company (RSTRK) and promised to make the stolen data public.

According to Anonymous, the NB65 hackers stole 870 GB of RSTRK’s information.

The RSTRK holding includes the channels Russia-1, Russia-2, Russia-24, RTR-Planet and others.

As you know, after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Anonymous hacker group declared cyberwar on Russia and personally on Vladimir Putin.

Shortly thereafter, hackers managed to hack several state-owned TV channels, on which they broadcast evidence of the atrocities of the Russian army on the territory of Ukraine and urged the Russians to stop the war.

After that, they hacked the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, the documents of which were published a little later. The hackers also targeted companies and businesses that refused to stop doing business in Russia.

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