Hackers Break into Russian Intelligence Agency Projects for Mass Surveillance | Subverse News

Hackers Break into Russian Intelligence Agency Projects for Mass Surveillance

Hacking group 0V1RU$, was able to penetrate the system of Russian intelligence contractor SyTech, releasing data on Russian efforts to control social media and anonymous internet servers. In Bulgaria, hacker instakilla released the personal data of five million people from the country’s National Revenue Service. The Kazakh government instructed local internet service providers to force their customers to install a government developed certificate on their personal devices, in every browser.

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