Hackers, with the assistance of the Security Service of Ukraine, breached the website of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation
Ukrainian hackers from the BLACKJACK group successfully hacked the website of the Russian Ministry of Labor and Social Protection. As a result, they gained access to a large number of documents.
According to OBOZ.UA's sources, the operation was carried out jointly with cybersecurity specialists from the Security Service of Ukraine. The documents to which the hackers gained access include, among other things, statistics on the "special operation," personal data of the Russian military, and reports to President Vladimir Putin.
They also breached certificates related to the number of prosthetics.
A separate set of information concerns the temporarily occupied Kharkiv and Zaporizhzhia regions and their current "leadership."
Now the Security Service will have many new documents to study, the sources said.
It is also noted that after downloading the necessary information, the hackers "wiped out" more than 100 terabytes of data from the ministry's servers.
The hacked documents of the Russian Labor Ministry include a dossier on Ukrainian collaborators Volodymyr Saldo (the governor of the occupied Kherson region), the head of the "pension fund" in occupied Zaporizhzhia, Nadiia Plytnychenko, and the head of the occupation "government" of Kherson region, Andrii Alexeyenko.
As OBOZ.UA reported earlier, Russia has experienced a large-scale hacking of the banking system. Three banks at once announced the suspension of operations with individuals' deposits, and Russians had their accounts blocked.