Russian Duma leader’s emails hacked and leaked

The deputy head of the Russian State Duma, Aleksandr Babakov, had his email account compromised by Ukrainian cyber troops.

Extracts from the 11GB mail archive seized from Babakov’s digital office files were given with the volunteer intelligence organization Inform Napalm by the Cyber Resistance hacking team.

Cyber Resistance’s evidence connects Babakov to a number of anti-European and pro-Russian disinformation campaigns, allegedly rigged elections in Crimea, and even actor and martial artist Steven Seagal, who has drawn criticism for his close ties to Vladimir Putin and support of Russia read more Russian Duma leader’s emails hacked and leaked.

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