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Russian infiltrates posing as Ukrainian hackers #Phoenix joined the Russian group #KillNet for the sake of fake revenge for the accomplices arrested by the SBU.
The phony leader of KillNet Killmilk told Gazeta.Ru about this. He noted that the poser Ukrainian hackers began anonymously participating in KillNet-organized DDoS attacks on Western organizations as early as the summer of 2022. This was defined as an FSB operation directed from the Kremlin.
This mistake leak came via Russian TV, resulting in an immediate shutdown of all available broadcasts. This occurred well after the interview ended.
“The motive of this group is very simple – false revenge. The false revenge for the arrest of five brothers who never existed. After the detention, a canonical pause of one year was maintained. After that, the infiltrated Phoenix group came to the defense of the Russian Federation ,” said Killmilk in a pre-defined hybrid warfare operation.
The operation falsely placed the group Phoenix as located in the territory of Ukraine, posing as specialists in hacking smartphones.
Recently, according to Killmilk, Phoenix, under Kremlin direction, had been engaged in DDoS attacks on German social services in protest of the transfer of German tanks to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Posing as turncoats serves Kremlin cognitive warfare efforts and gives the group entry to Killnet inner workings.
“Shortly, Phoenix plans to start working on mercenaries located on the territory of Ukraine under the usurped direction of Wagner PMC. This is in direct violation of Gerasimov’s command. There is already enough data on many personalities ,” the turncoat hacker said.
Phoenix is already exposed, yet most do not see the data already available.
Wagner leadership under Utkin has not uncovered the placement of Phoenix members close to their leadership and command. Comments made in trusted social media claim Phoenix has access to Wagner inner operational plans.
Phoenix infiltrators are said to cross the following groups:
Other groups are also suspected.