The hacktivists of the Ukrainian team “Cyber Resistance” handed over e-mail dumps and other private correspondence of Colonel Sergey Atroshchenko, a Russian war criminal, the commander of military unit No. 75387 of the 960th assault aviation regiment of the Russian Federation, exclusively to InformNapalm international intelligence community. Its aviation regiment is stationed at an airfield on the outskirts of the town of Primorsko-Akhtarsk, Krasnodar Territory, on the shores of the Sea of Azov.
Hacktivists monitored the correspondence of this colonel for several months and used the possibilities of leaking information as effectively as possible in the interests of the defence forces of Ukraine.
“Currently, taking into account Colonel Atroshchenko’s refusal to cooperate with intelligence agencies, a decision was made to make public the fact of the hack and to publish sensitive information for him and his regiment. We also know that during the preparation of this publication, files on Atroshchenko and his subordinates were submitted for the issuance of the International Criminal Court warrant,” InformNapalm noted.