Hacking Collective Anonymous Declares’ Cyber War’ Against Vladimir Putin’s Government Before Announcing They Have ‘Taken Down’ Website Of Kremlin-Backed TV Channel RT

The hacking group known as Anonymous opened a Cyber War against Putin’s government after he mounted a full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

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The computer experts shared their announcement on Twitter on Thursday evening.

Around 10 pm, they shared: ‘The Anonymous collective is officially in cyberwar against the Russian government.’

The elusive computer experts issued the stark announcement on their Twitter account on Thursday evening

Half an hour later, the announcement of taking down of the Kremlin-backed TV channel RT Website appeared. It broadcasts in Britain and has been criticized for its coverage.

This morning, the site wasn’t accessible, and writes that “this site can’t be reached.”

The cyberwar declaration makes us wonder if Russia is the subject of systematic hacking attempts in the upcoming days.

Before the invasion, the country’s government and banks were the targets of a massive cyber-attack, and people believed it was a Russian attack.

Social media users responded positively to Anonymous’ cyberwar declaration against Russia.

The cyber war declaration raises the prospect that Russia could be subjected to systematic hacking attempts in the coming days. Above: Vladimir Putin

Some of the comments were:

‘THANK YOU! Now, work on draining their finances.’

‘You are awesome, thanks.’

‘THANK YOU! I love you! The most beautiful thing EVER…’

‘The #Anonymous collective has taken down the website of the #Russian propaganda station RT News.’

The group also announced that they had taken down the website of the Kremlin-backed TV channel RT, which broadcasts in Britain and has been heavily criticised for its coverage

Anonymous has targeted groups: the Ku Klux Klan and Islamic extremists.

Members are famous as ‘Anons,’ distinguished by the Guy Fawkes masks.

In July 2021, they warned Elon Musk that he’s a target after saying that he wields too much power over the cryptocurrency markets.

When MailOnline attempted to access the RT site this morning, it was still inaccessible and only displayed an error message that said 'this site can't be reached'


Hacker groups Anonymous is linked to cyber attacks worldwide, and they strive to punish governments for policies of which the hackers disapprove.

The group members are known as Anons, and they are famous for their Guy Fawkes masks.

The group is regarded as digital Robin Hoods to cyber terrorists because of their hacking campaigns against government agencies, child pornography sites, and the Klu Klux Klan.

In 2008, the group created many protests, pranks, and hacks Church of Scientology.

After that, they hacked the government agencies of the US, Israel, Tunisia, Uganda, and many others.

Furthermore, in 2013, they declared war on secretive chat sites to trade images.

In November 2021, they hacked the Twitter account of the Ku Klux Klan after the white supremacist group distributed flyers where they threatened “lethal force” protesters in Ferguson.

Dozens of people have been imprisoned because of the involvement in the attacks from the US, UK, Australia, the Netherlands, Spain, and Turkey.

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