Anonymous, the decentralized hacktivist collective and movement, which swore to fight Russia on the cyber front to punish the Kremlin for what it calls a “special military operation,” has now hacked into a weapons company, which handles the Russian Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), getting its hands on tactics and plans.
- As a sneak peek to the full hack, Anonymous shared a few images of the loot. One showed the list of the largest exporters and competitors of the country in terms of innovations in the unmanned vehicle industry.
- Another image is a “technical and commercial offer” from Rosoboronexport for the unmanned aerial vehicle “Orion-E.”
- Anonymous also included in the tweet a link containing “military plans and documents collected from various Russian military companies and government sources.”
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