GhostShell declares war on Russia’s cyberspace, and leaks 2.5 million Russian Government Accounts
After ProjectDragonFly (100,000 accounts leaked from Chinese Sites), Project Hellfire (one million accounts belonging to Governments, Law Enforcement Agencies, etc.) and ProjectWestWind (120,000 accounts from top 100 universities all over the world), Team GhostShell has unveiled a new act of their cyber campaign against Governments and Organizations all over the world.
GhostShell (@TeamGhostShell) November 02, 2012
The latest operation is called ProjectBlackStar. In a clamorous protest against the Russian Government and the current situation (the still present communism feeling […] fused with todays capitalism and bred together a level of corruption and lack of decency of which we’ve never seen before), the collective has leaked 2.5 million accounts belonging to different sectors directly or indirectly related to government. Quoting literally: We’ll start off with a nice greeting of 2.5 million accounts/records leaked, from governmental, educational, academical, political, law enforcement, telecom, research institutes, medical facilities, large corporations (both national and international branches) in such fields as energy, petroleum, banks, dealerships and many more.
The massive leak has been split in different files. The list of targets is long and heterogeneous, and include several high-profile targets (such as the Jinr, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research).
This summer. when unveiling the leak of Project Hellfire, the collective anticipated two more projects scheduled for this fall and winter. Apparently they run faster than the timetable: only in this fall two projects have already been “delivered” (pretty much earlier than expected). Will their fury stop here?