Kremlin comes under attack by Russian cyberwarriors – data heist

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Members of the National Republican Army (NRA) have begun a coordinated effort to overthrow Vladimir Putin, starting with a cyberattack on the Kremlin. The NRA hackers claimed to have executed an advanced ransomware attack on the network of Unisoftware, a Russian software development company known for the development and implementation of web applications, desktop systems, cloud, and API solutions. Speaking with Ukrainian publication, Kyiv Post, one NRA member stated that their primary motivation was: “Putin needlessly sending our young men to die in an unjust war waged against Ukraine that has resulted in the slaughter of innocent civilians, including women and children.” The NRA hackers claimed to have stolen copies of all of Unisoftware’s data, including but not limited to: credentials for bank accounts and personal accounts, sensitive employee information, phone numbers, addresses, contracts, and proprietary code for Unisoftware’s clients and software. The group has threatened to release the data and all obtained information if not paid promptly by Unisoftware.

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