HomesecurityFSB: Hackers violated Russia's Security Service!

FSB: Hackers violated Russia's Security Service!

Hackers violated the servers of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), gaining access to 7.5 terabytes data by a major FSB contractor under the name “Sytech”.


The intruders leaked dozens of data related to unpublished ones Internet such as how Russia tried to identify the users of the browser Tor to collect information about their users social networks and isolate the operation of the Russian Internet from the rest of the world.

The attempt hacking held on July 13, 2019 by the group 0v1ru $, an unknown hacking group that recently set up its account on Twitter, where he published screenshots of the "Computer" folder that allegedly belongs to victim.


During the attack, the Hackers did deface the FSB contractor site "Sytech" and changed the image with a wide smile and eyes reminiscent of "Yoba-face".

Along with this image, the hackers posted an internal network interface, then sent these documents to another group hacking called DigitalRevolution which shared the data with reporters from many websites on Russia.

The secret works listed in the stolen data

  1. Nautilus-S

The Nautilus-S project developed by SyTech in 2012 at the request of the Kvant Research Institute for the identification of Tor Browser users.

  1. Nautilus

Unlike the previous project, Nautilus, was developed from 2009-2010 in order to collect data for social networks such as Facebook, MySpace and LinkedIn

  1. Reward

A project developed during the period 2013-2014, which tried to find a vulnerability in the network protocol BitTorrent.

4. Mentor

Another SyTech project called "Mentor" was designed for the period 2013-2014, for the monitoring of e-mail at the customer's choice.


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