(ANSA) – ROME – The Russian hacker group RaHDit claims to have made public the personal data of thousands of secret agents of the Main Intelligence Directorate (GUR) of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense. This was reported by the Russian newspaper Kommersant. Cards with personal information have been posted on the Nemesis Group resource, indicating registration addresses, passport numbers, telephone numbers, individual identification numbers, email addresses and locations of employees of the department. The authenticity of the data has not been officially confirmed.
In the group’s Telegram channel, it is emphasized that the information was obtained due to the vulnerability of the Gur digital infrastructure. According to RaHDit members, Ukrainian intelligence “is directly involved in the development of nationalism, and their saboteurs threaten Russia”. At the beginning of June, RaHDit published the personal data of 700 employees of the Sbu (Ukrainian special services), supplementing the formal information with information on the hobbies of the employees. Without confirming the accuracy of the data, they accused some employees of using drugs. (HANDLE).