The war between Ukraine and Russia The hacker group Anonymous has once again intervened. Previously, he hacked Russian state television and shared the footage of Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Anonymousnow too Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) claimed to have hijacked its services.
Hacker community Anonymous has announced that it has hacked the Russian FSB website and rendered it inaccessible. The group, which shared a statement on its Twitter account, said, “goodbye fsb.ru” he said. However, it was stated that the website is currently inaccessible and Putin took action and disabled the FSB website.
Anonymous’s Russia attacks: hacked the FSB
The hacker group Anonymous became involved in the war between Ukraine and Russia. When the war started Statements to Putin The group that hacked the Russian state television and finally to the Russian intelligence agency He made posts claiming to have leaked.
Russian Federal Security Service It remains unclear how Anonymous, which took control of (FSB) services, carried out the attack. However, cybersecurity experts say that the Russian Federal Security Service attack is a Distributed Network Attack (DDOS) points out that it can be done with
Anonymous’s “FSB”fsb.ruIt should be noted that access to the site was closed after it took over the website. Currently, when we try to access the site, the message ‘no connection’ appears. Although reports from Ukraine claim that Putin took action to disable the FSB website, it should be noted that there has been no official statement from Russia.
Anonymous also last week to the government of the Russian Federation launched counter-attacks and The Kremlin hacked its corporate website. explained. This occurred after the video message of Putin announcing his military decision was shared.
The group attacks Russian private sector pointed out that it might affect After the announcement last week, Anonymous disabled 2500 websites in different categories in Russia and Belarus to support Ukraine.
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