BBC: Hackers sell secret NATO military documents with data on modern armament A group of hackers sells secret NATO military documents on the Internet.
This was reported by the BBC.
The materials posted on the web contain information about new weapons and maneuvers of NATO forces in the Baltic countries. At the moment, NATO is assessing the scale of the leak and predicting its possible consequences.
According to the BBC, the attackers managed to gain access to files related to a major European arms manufacturer, MBDA Missile Systems, whose headquarters are located in France. The company claims that the information was stolen from a hacked external hard drive.
In July, the Russian hacker group Killnet attacked the website of the US Federal Tax Payment System. Representatives of Killnet said that as a result of the attack, the resource was unavailable to users for five hours.