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10388221069?profile=RESIZE_400xThe international Anonymous hacktivists group has targeted the Russian Ministry of Culture and leaked 446 GB worth of data online.  The cyberattack was carried out as part of their collective’s ongoing operation OpRussia against the country’s invasion of Ukraine.

Anonymous is a group of hacktivists that publicly announced a cyberwar against Russia after the country invaded Ukraine in late February 2022.  The latest to suffer a data leak is Russia’s Ministry of Culture.  As seen by Hackread.com,

10235226663?profile=RESIZE_400xSince declaring cyberwar on Russia through the #OpRussia campaign, the hacktivist group Anonymous has been busy.  It has been three weeks since the Anonymous collective tweeted their declaration of war, and in that time the decentralized group has been a mainstay of news headlines.   

Since Russia invaded Ukraine the Anonymous twitter account, @YourAnonNews has gained close to 500,000 followers.  In the hybrid war format where both acts of kinetic war and cyber war have been documented many hack

10169770270?profile=RESIZE_400xActivity Summary - Week Ending on 4 March 2022:

  • Red Sky Alliance identified 5,761 connections from new IP’s checking in with our Sinkholes
  • Malicious Keylogger data is back
  • Analysts identified 5,700 new IP addresses participating in various Botnets
  • Kraken Botnet
  • TA2541 Part II
  • Russian Hackers
  • Indian Port hit with Malware
  • Anonymous: Good or Bad Guys?
  • Popular Journalist Hacked
  • Bridgestone Americas
  • US Banks on High Alert

Link to full report: IR-22-063-001_weekly063.pdf

10167240466?profile=RESIZE_400xAs news continues to break about the ongoing crisis in Western Europe, Cyber Security professionals have been busy making sense of the role that presumably planned cyber-attacks have played in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.  A number of Russian cyber-attacks have served as a prelude to a physical invasion of Ukraine.  There is a lot of information from the past two months to unpack and new events are continuing to be reported.

A quick review of the cyber events leading up to boots on t

9108931689?profile=RESIZE_400xMexican media sources are reporting that hacktivist Christopher Doyon, known as 'Commander X', was captured in Mexico and extradited to the United States, where he faces over a decade's worth of criminal hacking charges.  Doyan now claims that he was illegally handed over to the US authorities and is claiming political asylum in Mexico. 

"Please tell the world that I was illegally handed over from Mexico, where I had political asylum and where I was a humanitarian refugee.  I was illegally taken

5627525477?profile=RESIZE_400xActivity Summary - Week Ending 5 June 2020:

  • Red Sky Alliance observed 15 unique email accounts compromised with Keyloggers
  • Analysts identified 4,332 new IP addresses participating in various Botnets
  • Red Sky Alliance collections identified 62,899 connections from new unique IP addresses
  • Zload Variant at it Again
  • SaltStack
  • Octopus Scanner and the vulnerable Supply Chain
  • Anonymous – “They’re Back”
  • Floating Storage has soared to a New High
  • OPEC Oil Output hits the lowest levels in 20 Years
  • Rosneft