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Hackers linked to the National Republican Army hacked the data of the Russian company Unisoftware, which is aiding the Putin regime

The NRA claims copies of all employee data have been stolen, including personal data, bank accounts, addresses, mobile phone numbers, as well as contracts and data of Unisoftware customers, including government agencies and a number of commercial banks.

“Putin is sending our young people to die in an unjust war unleashed against Ukraine that results in the killing of innocent civilians, including women and children,” the NRA hackers commented.

Recall that the Unisoftware company provides software for government agencies of the Russian Federation, helping and simplifying them to commit terror against their own citizens. Among them are the Federal Tax Service, the Ministry of Finance, the Central Bank. Their data leaked into the hands of hackers.

“It turned out funny because they tried to kick us off the servers and set up a security system. But they don’t understand that we are still there and will continue to inconvenience them for being an accomplice to the Putin regime.”

This is the first but not the last NRA hack.

The NRA is an organization of Russian citizens seeking the overthrow of the Putin Government.

The NRA hackers explained to Kyiv Post that they had executed an advanced ransomware attack on the network of Unisoftware, a Russian software development company known for the development and implementation of web applications, desktop systems, cloud, and API solutions. While communicating with Kyiv Post, the NRA member stated that their primary motivation was “Putin needlessly sending our young men to die in an unjust war waged against Ukraine that has resulted in the slaughter of innocent civilians, including women and children.” Corroborating what the NRA member told Kyiv Post, proof provided by the hackers of their work, including screenshots of the ransomware attack, identified clearly by the extension .t73 on several of the files as well as the standard decryption instructions file produced on the machines.

The NRA hackers claimed to have stolen copies of all of Unisoftware’s data, including but not limited to: credentials for bank accounts and personal accounts, sensitive employee information, phone numbers, addresses, contracts, and proprietary code for Unisoftware’s clients and software. The group has threatened to release the data and all obtained information if not paid promptly by Unisoftware

This was done by free people.

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By Treadstone 71

@Treadstone71LLC Cyber intelligence, counterintelligence, Influence Operations, Cyber Operations, OSINT, Clandestine Cyber HUMINT, cyber intel and OSINT training and analysis, cyber psyops, strategic intelligence, Open-Source Intelligence collection, analytic writing, structured analytic techniques, Target Adversary Research, cyber counterintelligence, strategic intelligence analysis, estimative intelligence, forecasting intelligence, warning intelligence, threat intelligence