: Ukrainian hackers take over popular pro-terrorist propaganda website

15:39 Apr. 29, 2016

Ukrainian hackers take over popular pro-terrorist propaganda website


Hackers urge Ukrainians to consolidate efforts against Russian aggression

Ukrainian hackers from informal communities called Flame Falcons and Trinity penetrated the website notorious for Russian-backed separatist forces propaganda, 'Anna-News'.

The main page of the resource now shows a video clip with a speech of a masked man.

"If you are watching this video, we have cleared the information space from another website of Russian terrorists," says a video message.

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In addition, addressing the terrorists, the man in mask says that all sensitive information has been seized from this resource, and the data on the site administrators and users have been handed over to volunteers and Ukrainian special services.

The hackers also appeal to the Ukrainian society to consolidate efforts against Russian aggression.

Reporting by UNIAN.

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