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‘Russian sites under attack’ as Anonymous take down Kremlin’s spy agency ‘Tango Down’ in Moscow

by Sam Kayum tech journalist
15th Mar 22 3:23 pm

Anonymous has taken down the Kremlin’s spy agency the FSB and have targetted several government websites.

Anonymous posted evidence on Twitter with screenshot as proof and said “Russian sites under attack” adding “Tango Down in Moscow.”

The hackivist group have struck again taking down Center for the Government of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Sport of the Russian Federation, Moscow.ru and Russia’s spy agency the Federal Security Service (FSB).

The FSB were formely known as the KGB during the Soviet Union and are Vladimir Putin’s principal security agency.

Anonymous leaked confidential letters between Putin and his Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu titled, “On the possibility of felling on defense lands” were they discuss plans to cut down Ukrainian forests and then sell them.

The hacktivist group signed off there series of tweet with “blyat Putin” which translates to “F**k Putin.”

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