It appears the cyber war has officially started as Russian hackers known as Killnet claim to have taken down Anonymous servers and websites.
Over the past few days Anonymous have taken down the Kremlin’s website, government websites and also hacked the TASS news agency and the RT propaganda news agency.
ANONYMOUS HACKERS SERVERS STILL DOWN AFTER RUSSIAN KILLNET HACKER GROUP TOOK DOWN ANONYMOUS SERVERS
— First Squawk (@FirstSquawk) March 2, 2022
On Tuesday, according to some users who tried to access Anonymous’ official website, “anonymoushackers.net,” were met with the message saying, “Sorry, that didn’t work. Please try again or come back later. 500 Error. Internal Server Error.”
Message from #Killnet to #Anonymous !!!#UkraineWar ! pic.twitter.com/SVU1Oaetnc
— ₩o1ANd, ₽h.D, akA fAKe y€bANa$HkA (@ArssenievDaniel) March 1, 2022
Killnet released a video with a person wearing a hoody and said, “Greetings, Russians and friendly union nations.
“The internet is full of fake information about the hacking of Russian banks, hacks on Russian media servers, and much more.
“None of this poses any danger to people.
“This ‘information bomb’ is merely text and nothing more. Do not fall for fake information on the internet. Have no doubts about your country.”
The Killnet hackers said in the video that “very soon this conflict will end, and we will find peace.”
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