Anonymous group hacks into Russian TV, calls on Russians to stop war in Ukraine

7 March, 12:34 PM
A screenshot the Anonymous hackers' group message it has posted on Russian TV calling Russians to stop the evil Putin's regime and stop the Russian invasion of Ukraine (Photo:Twitter/Anonymous TV)

A screenshot the Anonymous hackers' group message it has posted on Russian TV calling Russians to stop the evil Putin's regime and stop the Russian invasion of Ukraine (Photo:Twitter/Anonymous TV)

The Anonymous hacker group has hacked into the Russian streaming services of state television channels, which is used by the Russian authorities for propaganda and fake news, the group tweeted on March 6.

Instead of broadcasting, Russian TV channels showed messages that ordinary Russians were against the war in Ukraine and a call to Russians to oppose the Russian genocide in Ukraine.

“The hacking collective Anonymous today hacked into the Russian streaming services Wink and Ivi (like Netflix) and live TV channels Russia 24, Channel One, Moscow 24 to broadcast war footage from Ukraine,” the group tweeted.

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Earlier the Ukrainian disBalancer project created a new application, which helps everyone join cyberattacks on Russian websites.

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