CH01, a group of hacktivists, has marked the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion by defacing at least 32 Russian websites in protest. The group joined Anonymous’s call to arms against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and uploaded a video showing the Kremlin burning on the defaced websites.
It is unclear how the hackers managed to breach the websites, but the message published by CH01 on Twitter suggests that the group intends to continue fighting against Putin’s criminal regime.
The defacement of 32 Russian websites by CH01, a group of hacktivists, marks a new front in the ongoing cyber war against Russia. The group’s protest was in solidarity with the entire civilized world, seeking to restore justice and the triumph of the forces of light and good.
Anonymous also shared the news through its accounts, highlighting the collective’s continued efforts to fight against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The defaced websites featured a burning Kremlin and a message from CH01 stating that they would fight against Putin’s criminal regime on behalf of the free world. The message published on Twitter suggests that the group has all the data from the breached sites, although it is unclear how they managed to gain access.
This cyber war against Russia shows no signs of slowing down, with Anonymous and other hacker groups affiliated with the collective continuing their fight against Putin’s regime.
Overall, this cyber war protest highlights the importance of vigilance in the ongoing battle against cybercrime. While hacktivist groups like CH01 and Anonymous have their own agendas, their actions underscore the need for robust cybersecurity measures to protect against malicious attacks.
As the fight against cybercrime continues, organizations must remain vigilant in their efforts to protect their networks and systems from potential threats.