Belarusian Hacktivists Breach KGB, Leak 8600 Employee Files

April 30, 2024
Belarusian Hacktivists Breach KGB, Leak 8600 Employee Files
  • The Belarusian hacktivist group Cyber-Partisans infiltrated the KGB's network, accessing over 8,600 personnel files.

  • Documents, including a list of website administrators and server logs, were published as proof by the group on Telegram.

  • The hack was a response to KGB's allegations of the Cyber-Partisans planning attacks on infrastructure, which the group denies.

  • Cyber-Partisans aim to protect Belarusian lives and have created a chatbot to expose KGB agents.

  • The group has actively targeted Belarusian government bodies since 2020, notably disrupting Russian military transit in 2022.

  • They pledge to persist with their cyberattacks until the Belarusian government ceases its repressive actions.

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