Ukraine: Anonymous launches attacks against Russia

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  1. Barko Member

    Ukraine Refugees Encounter Chaos, Racism—and Also 'Extraordinary Humanity'

    They come by bus, train, car and foot, 100,000 to 200,000 or more every day, enduring often freezing temperatures and waits of up to 60 hours to cross the border. Ukrainians fleeing the chaos and carnage of the Russian invasion are flooding into neighboring Poland, Hungary, Romania, Moldova and Slovakia, some looking to stay and others on their way to more distant destinations, in numbers not seen in decades. Ten days after the Russian invasion began, more than 1.5 million residents of Ukraine have left their homes looking for safe haven outside its borders, and the United Nations estimates their numbers will likely top 4 million in coming weeks and months.

    At this rate, the situation looks set to become Europe's largest refugee crisis this century," says U.N. refugee agency spokesperson Shabia Mantoo. U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi concurs, telling a recent emergency session of the U.N. Security Council: "I have worked in refugee crises for almost 40 years and I have rarely seen such an incredibly fast-rising exodus of people—the largest, surely, within Europe, since the Balkan wars."

    For now at least, the refugees have mostly been warmly welcomed by the countries they've entered, both by the government and ordinary citizens, with what Grandi calls "extraordinary acts of humanity and kindness." The European Union has stated that its member nations are open and eager to host Ukrainians looking to escape the violence at home, and is poised to invoke, for the first time in its history, a directive that will allow the refugees to stay and work in EU countries for up to three years.
  2. Kudos & Thanks to ❤️‍☠️PuckArks ‍☠️❤️ squad303

    #Anonymous Let's wake Russian civilians up! A new version of has been released to text Russians. It's faster and has a few new predefined txts or create your own Kindness with truth has more impact #UkraineUnderAttaсk #UkraineWillResist #UkraineRussianWar

    Want to get news to the Russian people

    We need support of every citizen of free world to spread the reality to hostages and slaves of Vladimir Putin.
    Since TikTok and other social media are blocked for new content form Russia lets use their propaganda #tags to spread the reality to Citizens of Russia and cover their lies with the truth.

    Continued ---
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  3. #Anonymous #Doemela_X #YourAnonNews #squad303

    "You are AMAZING! 5.000.000 text messages sent to randomly selected Russians via !!! ✌️ Thank YOU! Let's #fightforUkraine #together"


  4. candide2020 Member

    ciils tués par un ruskoff.jpg ciilians killed late sunday after noon outside city of kiiv
  5. candide2020 Member

  6. 3333 Member

    More than 13,000 anti-war protesters arrested in Russia

    More than 13,000 anti-war protesters were arrested in Russia between the start of the invasion of Ukraine and March 6, according to protest monitoring group OVD-Info. The group found that 13,022 protesters have been detained in 147 cities across Russia. "I remain concerned about the use of repressive legislation that impedes the exercise of civil and political rights and criminalizing nonviolent behavior," United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet said Tuesday.

    The Investigative Committee of Russia warned at the beginning of the war of the severe consequences individuals could face for protesting. "The law provides for severe punishment for organizing mass riots, as well as for resisting law enforcement officers. According to the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, people who committed such illegal acts may face imprisonment," The Investigative Committee of Russia said.

    This comes as Russia's assault on Ukraine is in its second week. In addition to arresting protesters, Russia has cracked down on social media platforms and the press amid the ongoing invasion. The country has blocked access to Facebook and Twitter, and last week President Vladimir Putin signed legislation under which people found to be spreading "fake news" about Russian forces could face up to 15 years in prison.
  7. #Anonymous #PEACE

    I'll just leave this here

  8. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    “ In a Wednesday threat advisory, Cisco Talos described a campaign it’s observed in which a threat actor was offering a supposed distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) tool on Telegram, that’s purportedly meant to pummel Russian websites.

    In truth, the file is actually the Phoenix infostealer that’s after credentials and cryptocurrency info, according to researchers.”
  9. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    This would matter if Ukraine was invading Russia, but it’s the other way around.
  10. Toruk Makto Member

    Good morning,

    I developed special software: Monitor putler sites 1.0, which, when used by multiple users, could degrade performance or bring down many Russian and Belarussian government and media websites...

    This application simulates continuous downloading of Russian and Belarussian government and media web pages. Is is roughly equivalent to have several web browsers open and continuously visiting addresses from the list from the application in them. Two main differences are: this application is more secure (it does not execute any code returned by servers) and more convenient (after starting it works automatically without your intervention and can be hidden in system tray - group if icons usually placed in bottom-right corner of the screen).

    In case of any doubts, please contact your IT security department to confirm that this is not a virus or other malware, but just a monitoring software, which is perfectly legal and can only degrade or put down putler websites if it is used by many people. Linux binary was falsely identified as a virus (maybe because it is not a Windows format).

    Monitor putler sites 1.0 current download and home page:

    File hosting links (alternative download sources, which will expire in less than 30 days): - source code with Free Open Source License (LICENSE.TXT) and instructions (README.TXT):

    mps_1.0_win32and64bit.exe - Windows 32/64-bit installer: - Windows 32/64-bit software archive (in case, when installer did not work, e.g. on "Windows XP"): - archive containing Linux 64-bit executable with license and instructions:

    Please download, use, develop, support, make mirrors on your web servers and inform others about this software (especially in social media).

    Thank you in advance for your interest and help.

    Best regards,
    Toruk Makto, Anonymous
  11. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    We dont do anything illegal and anybody who clicks on your mystery links and downloads shit shouldnt be here.
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  12. Toruk Makto Member

    Hi @Disambiguation

    First of all, thanks for the attention and nice greeting ;)

    However, I have several questions:

    1. What's wrong with software which monitors web pages? Maybe even SysAdmins of this forum use some to check this page availability...

    2. What's wrong with link to project page ( Did you view it? I know, it requires enabling of JavaScript, but this is feature of used free hosting...

    3. What's wrong with links to files placed on file hosting ( These were prepared by me and I have written the attached code, which can be viewed...

    4. Why you call my links and downloads shit? Did you ask any competent person (with expertise in IT and security) for advice?

    Toruk Makto

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  13. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    "when used by multiple users, could degrade performance or bring down many Russian and Belarussian government and media websites."
    its illegal and altho I applaud bringing down Russian websites we dont do it here...
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  14. 95-year-old describes ordeal in wake of Russian invasion of Ukraine

  15. candide2020 Member

    one month ago there was an agessor the russian federation and the leader megalomaniac vladimir put in the butcher the dictator and one sofgvereign nation ukraine was agressed , for a so called "denazification " of their country , someday the agressors will be facing the court of an international court , please do not mix up here with american involvment or whatever escuses for the agressor russia
  16. DeathHamster Member

    The key part is "used to". It's been a state organ for many years now.
  17. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    " A mysterious cyberattack against the satellite’s ground infrastructure—not the satellite itself—plunged tens of thousands of people into internet darkness.
    Among them were parts of Ukraine’s defenses. “It was a really huge loss in communications in the very beginning of war,” Viktor Zhora, a senior official at Ukraine’s cybersecurity agency, the State Services for Special Communication and Information Protection (SSSCIP), reportedly said two weeks later. He did not provide any more details, and SSSCIP did not respond to WIRED’s request for comment. But the attack against the satellite internet system, owned by US company Viasat since last year, had even wider ramifications. People using satellite internet connections were knocked offline all across Europe, from Poland to France.
    Almost a month after the attack, the disruptions continue. Thousands still remain offline in Europe—around 2,000 wind turbines are still disconnected in Germany"
  18. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    "A Chinese-speaking threat actor calledScarabhas been linked to a custom backdoor dubbedHeaderTipas part of a campaign targeting Ukraine since Russia embarked on an invasion last month, making it the second China-based hacking group afterMustang Pandato capitalize on the conflict.
    "The malicious activity represents one of the first public examples of a Chinese threat actor targeting Ukraine since the invasion began," SentinelOne researcher Tom Hegel said in a report published this week.

  19. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    The cybercrime group behind the development of the Racoon Stealer password-stealing malware has suspended its operation after claiming that one of its developers died in the invasion of Ukraine.
    Racoon Stealer is an information-stealing trojan distributed under the MaaS (malware-as-a-service) model for $75/week or $200/month. Threat actors who subscribe to the operation will get access to an admin panel that lets them customize the malware, retrieve stolen data (aka logs), and create new malware builds.

    The malware is very popular among threat actors as it can steal a wide variety of information from infected devices, including stored browser credentials, browser information, cryptocurrency wallets, credit cards, email data, and other data from numerous applications
    Racoon Stealer operation suspended

    As first spotted by security researcher 3xp0rt, the threat actors behind the Racoon Stealer posted today to Russian-speaking hacking forums that they are suspending their operation after one of their core developers was killed in the invasion of Ukraine.
    "Dear Clients, unfortunately, due to the "special operation", we will have to close our project Racoon Stealer.
    The members of our team who are responsible for critical moments in the operation of the product are no longer with us.
    We are disappointed to close our project, further stable operation of the stealer is physically impossible."
  20. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    "M's tool is a simple one: Flooding Russian websites with fake web traffic, an old and basic cyberattack more commonly known as a distributed denial of service, or DDoS. He can execute it from the computer in his bedroom in Lviv, Ukraine.
    Though unsophisticated, the DDoS attack has had a renaissance during the opening weeks of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. And though the attacks do not tend to do much damage — many websites can either mitigate the attacks or come back online quickly — they’re a way for almost any hacktivist to participate.
    “They’re quite an easy task that most people can do on their phones and their laptops,” M said.
    The DDoS attacks are the most conspicuous part of a hacktivist-driven cyberbattle around Ukraine, with little evidence of more advanced, state-based cyberattacks — at least so far"
  21. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    "But in this battle, the proliferation of pictures showing the human toll of the war has helped Ukraine project an image of a country of stalwart survivors with the moral high ground, while casting Russia as a merciless aggressor — an impression reinforced by global condemnation and sanctions."
    ‘Like a Weapon’: Ukrainians Use Social Media to Stir Resistance
    Photos and videos of the war’s horrors have spread quickly, searing into the global public consciousness and providing powerful ammunition in the information battle.
    "Ms. Magerramova and a handful of colleagues have documented the civilians streaming in with injuries. She and some others have moved into the hospital, sleeping in the wards and working around the clock, phones in hand and cameras at the ready. They post the images on Instagram, Facebook, and Telegram with detailed descriptions of what happened to those shown in the pictures."
  22. candide2020 Member

  23. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Tracking Cyber Operations and Actors in the Russia-Ukraine War

    The Russian invasion of Ukraine has been characterized by a relative lack of major cyber operations. This article provides an accounting of those which have taken place.”
    There are severalreasons Russia hasn’t launched large-scale cyberattacks, including the higher efficacy of kinetic attacks and difficulties in planning and executing massive cyberattacks on a short timeline. Ukraine has pursued a unique strategy in cyberspace, attempting to mobilize international sentiment and create an army of cybersecurity professionals to attack military and critical infrastructure targets in Russia“”
    The group Anonymous, a decentralized group of hacktivists, “declared war” against the Russian state on March 1, and the group claimed to have disabled sites run by Russian state-owned media. Anonymous appears to have targeted pro-Russia media outlets several times over the past two weeks. Anonymous also claimed to have hacked several major Russian broadcasters, including state-run television channels Russia 24, Channel 1, Moscow 24, and streaming services Wink and Ivi. Programming on these services was interrupted by clips from the war in Ukraine.
    On March 10, Anonymous announced it had breached the systems of Roskomnadzor, the Russian agency responsible for monitoring and censoring media. The group leaked over 360,000 files, including guidance on how to refer to the invasion of Ukraine.
  24. Disambiguation Global Moderator

  25. candide2020 Member

  26. candide2020 Member

  27. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    The belief that cyber-operations have played no role in Ukraine does not stem from a lack of real-world impact. To the contrary, the magnitude of Moscow’s pre-kinetic destructive cyber-operations was unprecedented. On the day the invasion began, Russian cyber-units successfully deployed more destructive malware—including against conventional military targets such as civilian communications infrastructure and military command and control centers—than the rest of the world’s cyberpowers combined typically use in a given year.”

    Russia continues to draw from its wartime arsenal of cybertools, deploying additional destructive malware on a weekly basis. Cities under siege from Russian shelling, including Kharkiv and Kyiv, have experienced cyber-enabled disruptions to Internet services. Ukraine’s national cyber-authorities continue to expose intrusion attempts by Russian and Belarussian cyber-units. All of this has occurred against the backdrop of a series of website defacements, denial-of-service attacks, and other destabilizing cyber-operations intended to produce chaos and further exhaust Ukraine’s cyberdefenses.

    For instance, Russian cyber-units have not yet shut down electricity or Internet connectivity on a massive scale in Ukraine. That does not mean Russia is incapable of such attacks, as some observers have suggested, but that it envisioned a swift victory and did not see the need for such widespread, indiscriminate disruptions. In all likelihood, Russian military units were reliant on Ukrainian civil infrastructure for their planned seizure of Kyiv and could not risk blowback to their own operations
  28. M1ch@el Member

    Selfish desires are burning like fires among those who hoard the gold As the continue to keep the people asleep and the truth from being told Racism and greed keep the people in need from getting what's rightfully theirs Cheating, stealin and double dealing as they exploit the peoples fears Now, Dow Jones owns the people's homes and all the surrounding land Buying and selling their humble dwelling in the name of the Master Plan 'cause paper money is like a bee without honey with no stinger to back him up and those who stole the people's gold are definitely corrupt Credit cards, master charge, legacies of wills real-estate, stocks and bonds on coupon paper bills Now the US mints on paper prings, millions every day and use the eagle as their symbol 'cause it's a bird of prey The laurels of peace and the arrows of wars are clutched very tightly in the eagles claws filled with greed and lust, and on the back of the dollar bill, is the words IN GOD WE TRUST But the dollar bill is their only God and they don't even trust each other for a few dollars more they'd start a war to exploit some brother's mother Then there's the pyramid, that stands by itself created by Black people's knowledge and wealth and over the pyramid hangs the devil's eye that stole from the truth and created the lie Now ANNUIT means and endless amount stolen over the years and COEPTIS means a new empire of vampire millionaires And NOVUS is a Latin word meaning something new an ORDO means a way of life chosen by a few SECLORUM is a word that means to take from another knowledge, wisdom and understanding stolen from the brother Roman numerals on the base of the pyramid's face tell the date they began to exist when they established this branch of hell in seventeen-seventy-six Now there are thirteen layers of stone of the pyramid alone an unfinished work of art for thirty-three and a third is as high as a mason can go without falling apart Thirteen stars in the original flag! Thirteen demons from the Devil's bag! Thirteen berries and thirteen leaves! Thirteen colonies of land-grabbing thieves! Thirteen arrows in the eagle's claws! Sixty-seven corporations wage the Devil's wars! Thirteen stripes on the eagle's shield! And these are the symbols on the US seal! Now on the front of the dollar bill to the right of Washington's head is a small seal in the shape of a wheel with the secret that's been left unsaid The symbols in the middle represent the riddle of the scales, the ruler and the key; the square rule is a symbol from the craft of masonry The scales represent Libra the balance of the seventh sign They also represent the Just-Us which you and I know is blind The key unlocks the mysteries of the secrets of the seal So that only the Govern-you-men would know what they reveal The four words apart form the last parts of the secrets of the seal and tells how they fooled the people into thinking paper money was real! Now, THESAUR means the treasury where they store the gold they stole and AMER means to punish like the slaves they bought and sold Then SEPTENT means seven like seventeen-seventy-six when the thirteen devils gathered to unleash their bag of tricks The SIGEL means the images they've created to fool the world like the colors on Old Glory the flag that they unfurled Now the red was the color of the Indian man White was the devil's who stole the land Blue was the eyes that hypnotised with the tricks and traps they sprung and even to this very same day they all speak with forked tongue! And so the power is in the hand of the ruling classes playing god with the fate of all the masses so the people don't get any in the land of the plenty because
    E PLURIBUS UNUM means One Out Of Many
  29. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    “We recently observed attacks targeting Ukrainian entities from Strontium, a Russian GRU-connected actor we have tracked for years. This week, we were able to disrupt some of Strontium’s attacks on targets in Ukraine. On Wednesday April 6th, we obtained a court order authorizing us to take control of seven internet domains Strontium was using to conduct these attacks. We have since re-directed these domains to a sinkhole controlled by Microsoft, enabling us to mitigate Strontium’s current use of these domains and enable victim notifications.
    Strontium was using this infrastructure to target Ukrainian institutions including media organizations. It was also targeting government institutions and think tanks in the United States and the European Union involved in foreign policy. We believe Strontium was attempting to establish long-term access to the systems of its targets, provide tactical support for the physical invasion and exfiltrate sensitive information. We have notified Ukraine’s government about the activity we detected and the action we’ve taken.”
  30. candide2020 Member

    le pen invasion.jpg french extremist rightwing leader said on february 7H " Ido not believe it , what would the russians do in ukraine " by the way she got a loan from aruissian bank ,she still owns to the bank 1.8 million euros ...she visited putin a few times
  31. candide2020 Member

    received_1002944620638828.jpeg the tractor brigade......they picked up 138 tanks from russian agressors....these tankswill be used forthe defense of "ukraini zemjla "
  32. candide2020 Member

    i 20220331_182543.jpg support for ukraine in paris in front of town hall
  33. Disambiguation Global Moderator

  34. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    Don’t Underestimate Ukraine’s Volunteer Hackers

    Kyiv’s “IT army” could undermine Russia’s war narratives.

    By Jennifer Shore, a graduate student at Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs.
    A man in a blue jacket walks away holding a gun on a city street. A Guy Fawkes mask is on the back of his head.
    A member of the Ukrainian forces, wearing an Anonymous Guy Fawkes mask, patrols downtown Kyiv, Ukraine, on Feb. 27. ARIS MESSINIS/AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES

    APRIL 11, 2022, 3:51 PM
    Cyberconflict between nation states is usually fought in the shadows, only trickling out into the public view in bits and pieces. So Moscow took an unusual step on March 29 when it issued a public statement that accused the United States of being behind a “cyberwar” against Russia, detailing what it claimed were cyberoperations by “anonymous hackers and provocateurs” backed by the U.S. government and threatening “grave consequences.” Amid warnings by the White House that Russia is exploring cyberattack options against the United States, the Russian statement may indicate a real threat to U.S. infrastructure.
    The source of Moscow’s fiery rhetoric is a volunteer international hacker movement that has been targeting Russia since the start of its invasion of Ukraine. When Ukraine came under a barrage of Russia-linked cyberattacks leading up to and during the invasion, there was little the Ukrainian government could do to fight back. Kyiv has yet to establish the offensive military cyber force that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky issued a decree to form last August.
    That is probably why on Feb. 26, Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov took a step no other government official in the world likely ever has: He publicly called on volunteer hackers to take down another country’s websites. And he had a list of 31 Russian government, bank, and corporation websites ready to go. Within days, Ukraine had amassed an “IT army” of more than 400,000 volunteers.
  35. Disambiguation Global Moderator


    Today, #Anonymous hacked 495,000 emails from the Russian firm Technotec, which provides oil and gas field services to companies including Rosneft and Gazprom Neft. The data can be found on #DDoSecrets This hack is part of our ongoing operation against the Russian government.

  36. candide2020 Member

    bucha murders.jpg iin italy some journalist do listen and talk aboiut conspiration on tv shows ,moscow propaganda stil at work ?
  37. VON BRAUN Member

    What about Uncle Sam's invasion of Europe?
    USA has been invading and robbing European industry since 1945!
    There are many American armed forces occupying European ground!
    Anonymous is a just an Uncle Sam scam!
    Get the fuck out of Europe Uncle Sam!
    Europeans don't want you Uncle Sam!
    We hate you all anonymous Uncle Sam you're just an old perv!
    USA is the naziest country in the world!
    We will crush you! No matter if you're legion WE ARE THE REST OF THE WORLD!
  38. candide2020 Member

    [quote="VON BRAUN, post: 2795589, member:
    russian troll or just a wagner troll?
  39. candide2020 Member

    nazi russe.jpg is this a wagner guy ?
  40. candide2020 Member

    nazi russes.jpg in berlin german russian supporter on background the colour of the imlperial russian flag

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