Anonymous Leaks Identities of 120K Russian Soldiers

Anonymous, a hacktivist collective, announced Sunday on Twitter it had leaked personal data of 120,000 Russian soldiers.

The information included the names, registration numbers, place of service, addresses, birth dates, and passport numbers of the Russian soldiers.

Pravda, a Ukrainian news outlet, reported that the Center for Defense Strategies acquired the data from a reliable source.

On April 2, Anonymous said it hacked the Russian law firm Capital Legal Services and released approximately 200,000 emails. The data were published on Distributed Denial of Secrets website or DDoSecrets.

The group said it will continue the hacking until Russia stops its aggression toward Ukraine.

“All soldiers participating in the invasion of Ukraine should be subjected to a war crime tribunal,” Anonymous said.

Anonymous had also claimed in March it hacked the Russian state television, airing footage of the devastation of the war in Ukraine.

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