Anonymous hacked the Russian Orthodox Church and criticized Patriarch Kirill. Hackers also leaked millions of emails

The hacker group Anonymous, which has previously hacked into the websites and computers of various Russian government organizations, has made a number of new claims.

First, another hack of the website of the Russian Orthodox Church’s charity wing was announced, with the following image and text condemning Patriarch Kirill’s position on Ukraine. Access to the site had already been restored, but Anonymous cites link, which allows you to estimate what the site looked like at the time of the hack.

Hackers previously leaked 15 GB of data stolen from the Russian Orthodox Church’s charity wing and published some 57,500 emails through the Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDoSecrets) website.

In addition, Anonymous claimed to have leaked millions of emails, which are also available through DDoSecrets.

Since declaring “cyber war” on the Kremlin’s criminal regime, #Anonymous has published over 3 million Russian emails through #DoSecrets, including over 2.25 million Russian government emails.


Earlier, hackers gained access to the servers of the All-Russian State Television and Radio Company (VGTRK) and claimed to have hacked the Kremlin’s video surveillance system.

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