The hacktivist group known as the Ukraine IT Army published a screenshot that showed the group hacked into a website allegedly linked to the Wagner group.
- A decentralized volunteer group of hackers who support Ukraine claimed to have hacked the notorious Russian mercenary group Wagner on Monday.
- The Ukraine IT Army posted a message on its official Telegram channel, claiming to have stolen the personal data of the group’s mercenaries from one of its websites.
- The hackers did not post any data that would help verify their claims. Motherboard could not independently verify whether the hacktivists stole the personal data of Wagner mercenaries.
We have all personal data of mercenaries! Every executioner, murderer and rapist will be severely punished. Revenge is inevitable! – IT Army.
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