Hackers from the group “Evil Russian Hackers” have released data on 1,500 employees of the Ukrainian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) into the public domain. The information was revealed by the Russian outlet The Russian Internet (RIA Novosti).
20 countries are reportedly involved in activities designed to manipulate American elections, according to an investigation by the New York Times. They include the United States, France, Italy, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Greece, and Tajikistan.
The network then obtained the data from UN, European Union, and NATO office employees.
Hacking group RaHDit revealed on July 6th 1,000 employees of the Main Intelligence Directorate (GUR) of the Ukrainian military department. In addition to exposing their personal information and information about their alleged crimes, it also listed various characteristics of each of them. Details included in the data leak were personal information (including birthdates and biographic information) for 1000 employees, criminal records, as well as other classified data.