Anonymous posted online the data of members of the pro-Russian hacker group Killnet.
As reported by
gagdget.com , hacktivists published the email addresses and passwords of members of the hacker gang.
The database was posted on the JustPaste website , and anyone can view it.
Earlier, Anonymous officially announced cyberwarfare to the Russian group Killnet. The corresponding statement appeared on May 21, 2022 on the official Twitter account of Anonymous.
Then Anonymous published a new message in which they announced the destruction of the official Killnet website. By attacking the Russian group again and again, Anonymous wants to put an end to the Killnet cyberattacks.