The hacker group “invaded” the channels Russia 24, First Channel and Moscow 24, as well as the Russian streaming Wink and Ivi.
Russian television networks have been targeted by the hacker group Anonymous, broadcasting to the Russian people what is happening in Ukraine, according to NEXTA TV.
More specifically, Anonymous “hacked” the TV channels Russia 24, First Channel and Moscow 24, as well as the Russian streaming Wink and Ivi, showing images from the Russian bombing and the destruction that the Russian army is sowing in Ukraine.
❗️Anonymous hackers said that they hacked Russian streaming services Wink and Ivi, as well as TV channels Russia 24, First Channel, Moscow 24, and broadcasted live footage of what was happening in #Ukraine.
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) March 6, 2022