A source of the RIA Novosti news agency in one of the Russian special services confirmed the authenticity of the data of Ukrainian military intelligence officers published today by hackers of the RaHDIt group.
Today, on July 6, members of the hacker group RaHDit, also known as “Evil Russian Hackers”, posted the data of thousands of employees of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine in open access.
Among those disclosed are representatives of embassy residencies in Russia, India, Austria, Vietnam, South Africa, Italy, Turkey, Iran. Also in the list there is information about the curators of military intelligence in Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Slovakia, instructors in sabotage and representatives of special forces of intelligence and security intelligence.
“The materials, judging by my information, do not cause doubts,” the RIA Novosti’s interlocutor said.
According to hackers, flaws in the protection of the networks of the Central Management of the Main Intelligence Directorate on Rybalsky Island in Kiev, as well as the analysis of big data on characteristic patterns of user behavior helped to form the database. RaHDit noted that this is only the first material in a series of publications that are about to follow.
It is noted that since the beginning of the Russian special operation in Ukraine, this is the largest leak of Ukrainian intelligence data. In June, RaHDIt made the data of 700 SBU employees publicly available. At the beginning of the special operation, the group simultaneously hacked all 755 Ukrainian government websites, in particular the websites of local authorities.
Source: RIA Novosti