The Russian hacker group RaHDIt has released data on Ukrainian military intelligence officers to the public. The organization announced this in its informational Telegram channel.
In total, information on one thousand scouts was leaked to the network. The hackers posted photos of HUR employees, their passport details, phone numbers, links to social networks, home addresses, dates of birth. Among those compromised are representatives of embassy residencies in Russia, India, Austria, Vietnam, South Africa, Italy, Turkey, and Iran.
The list contains data on the curators of military intelligence in Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Slovakia, as well as information about instructors in sabotage and representatives of special forces for conducting undercover and power intelligence.
The hackers explained that they took advantage of a breach in the protection of the networks of the Central Directorate of the Main Directorate of Intelligence on Rybalskyi Island in Kyiv. It was also possible to form a database by analyzing Big data according to typical patterns of user behavior and pension contributions.