Ukrainian cyber guerrillas hacked the airwaves of Russian radio and announced the end of the "SMO". Video
Local radio in Kursk Region (Russian Federation) was hacked, announcing the "completion of the 'special military operation' against Ukraine". This happened around 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 12.
The corresponding video was shared on Telegram by the head of the public council at the Odesa regional military administration Serhii Bratchuk. "Greetings from Ukrainian cyber guerrillas," he hinted (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the page).
"Urgent address" interrupted the air of Autoradio Kursk 106.7. A male voice announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin had allegedly signed a decree on the termination of the "SMO" on the territory of Ukraine, the withdrawal of Russian troops from the fighting zone and the creation of a demilitarized zone in the regions bordering Ukraine.
The hackers also said that the Kremlin dictator will allegedly deliver an address to Russians at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote:
- On June 28, hackers linked to PMC "Wagner" stopped the work of a major provider "Dozor-Teleport", which serves oil fields and military units of the Russian army.
- Earlier, the Russian Federation hacked the radio airwaves in several regions and launched an appeal of fighters of the "Svoboda Rossii" Legion to the peaceful population.