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Cyber guerrillas target Moscow’s largest cab company hacking ‘Yandex’ creating chaos across the city

by Tech Reporter
4th Sep 22 1:46 pm

The cyber war in Russia continues as Anonymous have continuously launched cyber attacks in Moscow since the war in Ukraine started.

This the collective brought Moscow to a standill lasting three hours after they hacked “Yandex Taxi” which is the cities largest cab company.

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The cyber guerrillas hacked Yandex systems sending every single cab to the same address in Moscow which resulted in a “three hour traffic jam” along “the Kutuzovsky Prospekt” which is in the western part of the city on Thursday.

Anonymous said on Friday, “Moscow had a stressful day yesterday.

“The largest taxi service in Russia ‘Yandex Taxi’ was hacked by the #Anonymous collective.

“A traffic jam took place in the center of Moscow when dozens of taxi were sent by the hackers to the address on Kutuzovsky Prospekt.

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