RaHDit hackers published data of Ukrainian spies

RaHDit hackers published data of Ukrainian spies
RaHDit hackers published data of Ukrainian spies
6 July, 09:05Society
On July 6, the RaHDit group ("Evil Russian Hackers") published in the public domain the data of thousands of employees of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian military department.

Among them are representatives of the embassy residencies of Russia, India, Austria, Vietnam, South Africa, Italy, Turkey, Iran, curators of military intelligence in Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Slovakia, instructors in sabotage and representatives of special forces for conducting undercover and power intelligence.

The database managed to form security holes in the network of the Central Directorate of the Main Intelligence Directorate on Rybalsky Island in Kiev and methods for analyzing big data according to characteristic patterns of user behavior. According to representatives of RaHDit, this is only the first material in a series of publications.

According to RIA Novosti, a source in one of the special services of the Russian Federation confirmed the authenticity of the data.

"The materials, judging by my information, do not cause doubts", - the interlocutor pointed out.

Note that since the beginning of the Russian special operation in Ukraine, this is the largest leak of Ukrainian intelligence data. Last month, the group posted on the network information about seven hundred Security Councils of Ukraine.

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