The Ukrainian hacker group BLACKJACK has gained access to the website of the Russian Ministry of Labour and Social Protection. According to LB.ua's sources, this operation was carried out jointly with Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) cyber specialists.
The hackers gained access to a large number of documents: statistics on the war, personal data of military personnel, reports to the Russian president, and certificates on the number of prosthetics. A separate set of data relates to occupied parts of Kharkiv and Zaporizhzhya regions and their current authorities.
"Now the Security Service will have a lot of new documents to study. After downloading the necessary information, the hackers wiped off more than 100 TB of data from the ministry's servers," the sources said.
Ukrainian hackers have recently carried out an operation to mark Day of the Russian Radiation and Chemical Safety Troops. They attacked the websites of an energy company and resources used by the Russian military to generate traffic during information and psychological operations.