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DIU cyber specialists hacked into the servers of the Russian Ministry of Defense and seized an array of classified documents

DIU cyber specialists hacked access to servers of the Russian Defense Ministry

Cyber specialists of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine gained access to the servers of the Russian Ministry of Defense and seized a large amount of classified documentation. As a result of a DDoS attack on the terrorist agency's servers, the DIU got hold of, among other things, information security and encryption software.

The Ukrainian intelligence also received documentation containing orders, reports, instructions, reports and other files. This was reported by the press service of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine.

According to the Ukrainian intelligence agency, the documents were circulated among 2,000 structural units of the Russian Defense Ministry. The DIU noted that this information allows us to establish the full structure of the Russian Defense Ministry system and its links.

In addition, the analysis of the data helped to identify the generals, other heads of structural units of the Russian Defense Ministry, as well as deputies, assistants, specialists of all those who used the software for electronic document management called "bureaucrat".

The DIU also noted that the military intelligence had obtained the official documents of Russian Deputy Defense Minister Timur Ivanov. The agency emphasized that this deputy of Sergei Shoigu played an important role in making the cyberattack successful.

DIU cyber specialists hacked into the servers of the Russian Ministry of Defense and seized an array of classified documents
DIU cyber specialists hacked into the servers of the Russian Ministry of Defense and seized an array of classified documents
DIU cyber specialists hacked into the servers of the Russian Ministry of Defense and seized an array of classified documents

As a reminder, law enforcement agencies of the United States, the United Kingdom, and the EU have uncovered a global network of ransomware hackers, including Ukrainians and Russians. In particular, they managed to stop the activity of the international group of hackers LockBit.

Earlier it was reported that Ukrainian hackers attacked the largest Russian Internet portal Mail.ru. Thanks to the work of the IT army, all users outside Russia, as well as some domestic users, lost the ability to access their accounts.

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