You’ll Feel the Full Wrath of the World’s Hackers – Anonymous Declared Cyberwar On Putin’s Regime
An international hacker group, Anonymous, declared a cyberwar against Vladimir Putin and Russia, with a video message.
“Mr Putin, the ongoing invasion of Ukraine has shown that your regime has no respect for human rights or the self-determination of your neighbours. In the past several days, a full-scale invasion has commenced, civilian neighbourhoods have been bombed, and innocent people have been killed. Refugees are fleeing the violence and the population is being forced into conscriptions by Ukrainian officials. This is an ugly situation all around, but you are the instigator”, the hackers said.
Anonymous accented that Putin has shown that he is no better than the imperialist governments that he criticizes, and the whole world can see through his propaganda.
“Your tyrannical response to the Russian anti-war protesters will only spark further unrest among the Russian people, who are suffering the consequences of your fullish actions. The sanctions will hurt your citizens far more than they will hurt you, which is why the sanctions are not a proper deterrent.
No, the most powerful resistance will come from within. The police brutality seen in the streets during these demonstrations will only provoke further protests and destroy your credibility even more. This invasion will also begin to create more problems for you on the geopolitical front, as more countries around the world begin to see you as a threat and an enemy”, they added.
Finland and Sweden are now expected to join NATO, due to concerns that Putin’s ambitions for conquest are much greater.
“If you continue on this path, you will continue to lose support among Russian citizens, other countries in the world will refuse to cooperate with you, and you will face unprecedented cyberattacks from all corners of the world.
Members of Anonymous have declared cyberwar against your aggressive regime, with numerous government websites being taken offline in the past several days. A few downed websites – it is only the beginning, though. Soon you will feel the full wrath of the world’s hackers, many of whom will likely reside in your home country. Your secrets may no longer be safe. And there is a chance that key components of your government’s infrastructure could be hijacked.
Now with the invasion of Ukraine, the previous invasions of Georgia and Crimea are starting to come into focus and show a clear strategy for Russia to recapture key areas that were once held by the Soviet Union, which failed many years ago. The world has not forgotten the brutality of that regime. The people of the world will resist you every step of the way. This is not a war that you can win, regardless of how powerful you think you are”.
Previously, one of the largest Ethereum mining pools, FlexPool, announced that it will stop serving Russian IP addresses due to the invasion of Ukraine.
The BTC-Alpha team together with trusted volunteer communities created a charity fund ‘‘Alpha for Ukraine’. You can make a donation to help everyone in Ukraine who needs medicines, humanitarian aid and to support the defence of the country.