Hacked pirate Corporation (SyTech) contracting with the National Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation (FSB), where they stole the information about the internal projects the company was working on behalf of the agency – including a project to unravel the secret of traffic the Tor (Tor).
The incident occurred on July 13 when pierced by a group of pirates known as the (0v1ru$) Server (Active Directory) in the (SyTech), and they can access the network information technology your company as a whole.
Steal the pirate up to 7.5 terabytes of data from the network (SyTech), and they defaced the company’s website on the web through the “face of the Yuba,” an emoji is common to have Russian users aimed at “trolling”.
Dissemination of Pirates screen shots from the company’s servers on Twitter, and participated in the later data stolen with the (Digital Revolution), a group Hacked other hacked last year of the company (Quantum) contracting also with the National Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation.
And watched the group of Pirates (Digital Revolution) these stolen files on a Twitter account with more detail about it.
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According to various reports from the Russian media, the files indicate that (SyTech) has worked since 2009 on several projects for the unit (71330) affiliate for the National Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation.
- Nautilus: a project to collect data about the users of social media platforms, such as Facebook; LinkedIn or.
- Nautilus-S: a project to unravel the secret of traffic the Tor (Tor) with the help of Tor servers backup.
- Reward: a project to penetrate the networks (P2P) secret, such as those used in BitTorrent (Torrent).
- Mentor: a project to monitor e-mail communications on the servers of Russian companies.
- Hope: a project to investigate the topology of the Russian internet and how it connects to other countries.
- Tax-3: project to establish a closed internal storage information the character of the state, judges and officials of the local administration hypersensitive, aloof from the rest of the information technology network in the state.
And my agency, BBC Russia (BBC Russia), which received a full set of documents, that there are old projects again to search for the Protocols of the other network (such as Jabber); and (ED2K); and (OpenFT).
Claimed other files published on your Twitter account range (Digital Revolution) to the National Intelligence Service of the Russian students and pensioners also.
Although most of the projects look just like the research in modern technology, but there are two projects was clear that Russia had chosen in the real world, the first is (Nautilus-S), and the second is (Hope).
The agency pointed out the BBC Russia to work on the Project (Nautilus-S) has started in 2012, published academics from the University of Karlstad in Sweden in 2014 the paper describes in detail the use of the techniques was trying to decipher the encrypted traffic to Tor (Tor).
The researchers identified 25 server detrimental – 18 of them in Russia – are running version 0.2.2.37 of Tor, the same server is detailed in the files leaked.