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Ukrainian hackers hacked the Russian Mail.ru service and made the database publicly available | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker



The largest Russian hosting and registrar of domain names, Reg.ru, also suffered cyberattacks.

On the morning of January 13, Ukrainian hackers from NLB and DumpForums hacked the Russian Mail.ru service and Reg.ru hosting. The founder of the Hackyourmom group, Mykyta Knysh, announced this on Facebook.

According to him, after successful cyberattacks, all the data of employees of Mail.ru and Reg.ru ended up in free access.

Mykyta Knysh is from Kharkiv, a former employee of the Security Service of Ukraine. Before the war, he headed the Kharkiv cyber security company HackControl.


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