Russian Navy sailors received surprise "congratulations" from Ukrainians. Exploded video
Russian sailors on Russian Navy Day on July 30 received "congratulations" from Ukrainian hackers. The occupiers saw footage of a strike on their frigate, the cruiser Moskva, which sank on the night of April 13-14, 2022 between Sevastopol and Snake Island.
This is reported by the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. It is noted that tentatively Ukrainian hackers got into the Russian systems of mass mailing of messages (to view the video, reach the end of the page).
"Thus Russian sailors, including Russian Navy commanders, received messages on messengers Viber, Telegram, WhatsApp. The sailors heartily thanked for the congratulations and only then opened the said video. "The 'congratulations' itself contained videos of attacks on Russian warships, including on the cruiser Moskva," the Main Directorate of Intelligence said.
It is known that the messages contained a Trojan program that captures information from phones and redirects it to Ukrainian servers. The flow of information, including confidential information, continues to this day.
For instance, Ukrainian hackers simultaneously hacked the servers of three Russian government websites. This included the website of the "Eurasian Economic Union". All of them also posted a breaking video and gained access to classified information.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, the Russians on the cruiser Moskva were so confident of their own unobtainability to Ukrainian forces that they probably didn't even activate the ship's air defense systems. They were also convinced that they were not visible from the shore, sky or radar.