Anonymous Russia


While the name implies the threat group is part of Anonymous, it is not aligned with mainstream or western-based Anonymous groups or OpRussia. Anonymous is decentralized, and anyone can claim to work under the Anonymous banner. Typically, Anonymous is anti-political, but in this case, Anonymous Russia supports the Russian invasion of Ukraine and targets those who support Ukraine.

The group mainly specializes in defacements, data leaks, and denial-of-service attacks that are launched in lockstep with Killnet. Some of their more notable targets include European Parliament, U.S. airports, and U.S. government websites during their midterm election. The threat group is very social, constantly amplifying messages posted by other Killnet-affiliated groups.

Telegram: hxxps://t.me/anon_by

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