Russian state media hacked

Hackers have broken into Russian TV stations and media sites to broadcast messaging the county’s invasion of Ukraine

The international hacking organization Anonymous has claimed responsibility for taking down Russian media sites.

Among those affected were  the state-owned news agency TASS and daily newspaper Kommersant, having been temporarily taken offline on Monday, while St Petersburg-based news outlet Fontanka’s content was replaced with a message that read, “This is not our war, let’s stop it!”

The message also read: “Putin makes us lie and puts us in danger. We were isolated from the whole world, they stopped buying oil and gas.

“In a few years we will live like in North Korea. What is it for us? To put Putin in the textbooks?”

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