Hackers play a huge role in the ongoing war beyond our eastern border, although their achievements and achievements are often called into question, complaining about the lack of solid evidence. There is a lot of truth to that, and while we can’t belittle the Anonymous community, we can’t believe everything either. Especially since the CCTV system in the Kremlin in the hands of Anonymous is unbelievable news.
Anonymous reportedly took over the CCTV system in the Kremlin
So far, it has been argued that Anonymous is behind a series of miraculous acts of non-pro-Russian Europeans. They are to actively attack Russia’s transport infrastructure, seize streaming services in order to spread the truth, reveal data sets on the fighting Russians, or expose that country’s allies. Certainly, Anonymous works, and their latest achievement reportedly boils down to the monitoring system in the Kremlin itself.
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Above you can watch a few dozen seconds long video showing the alleged cameras from surveillance (CCTV camera system). Unfortunately, we cannot verify whether this is true, but the format of the recordings itself seems to say a lot, because usually surveillance cameras are mounted in the corners and at the ceiling, not so that anyone would pay attention to them. The recordings, on the other hand, clearly show that the interlocutors are looking at them directly, as if they were sitting directly in front of ordinary cameras and taking part in the recorded meetings. So maybe these recordings / broadcasts, and not necessarily only CCTV, were able to be taken over by Anonymous?