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Anonymous hackers threaten to attack Russian government websites on inauguration day

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Anonymous hackers threaten to attack Russian government websites on inauguration day

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Activists of the international hacker group “Anonymous Russia”, through their microblog on Twitter and via Youtube, spread an appeal with a threat to attack the sites of the Russian government on the eve and on the day of Vladimir Putin’s inauguration on May 7.

“Greetings, citizens of Russia! We are Anonymous. As many of you know, a massive demonstration against illegitimate elections will take place in Moscow on May 6.Anonymous hackers threaten to attack Russian government websites on inauguration day We will support this protest by shutting down key government sites, ”the video message says..

Hacker activists urge Russians to support their action, claiming that the results of the past presidential elections were falsified.

“If you did not choose this power, if you are against the self-elected president crowning himself for the third time on May 7, join us,” continues Anonymous.

Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that nothing threatens the websites of the Russian government. “The security of all government Internet resources is ensured by special services at the appropriate level,” Forbes magazine quoted him as saying..

Recall that hackers who associate themselves with the group “Anonymous” have repeatedly attacked and stopped the work of public and private sites in the USA, Great Britain, Turkey, China, Australia and New Zealand.

Earlier this year, Anonymous claimed responsibility for the attacks on the United Russia party website and the publication of emails from Rosmolodezh leader Vasily Yakemenko and Nashi press secretary Kristina Potupchik.

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