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Friday, October 21, 2016

The hackers “Anonymous international” announced the breaking of mail of Sergei Kapkov

On the “hacker market” where computer hackers sell stolen information,” came the files allegedly hacked the email of former Minister of Moscow government Sergey Kapkov. Hackers “Anonymous international” (“Humpty Dumpty”) sell it for 100 bitcoins (just over 57 thousand dollars, at the prevailing rate).

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

To familiarize potential buyers with the contents of the full file hackers posted part of it, the authenticity of the correspondence hasn’t been confirmed.

In the fragments we are talking about what “beautiful” allegedly oversaw Edicin center in Ekaterinburg, intended to facilitate the opening of a Buddhist center in Moscow and collaborated with the Russian popular front.

Among other letters, allegedly belonging to a compromised mail ex-Minister, a Council of a certain Tibetan lamas to retire from office in Moscow, as well as talks about a possible pay writing thesis. Note that at the moment of research papers Kapkov, how about getting them to the degree is not known.

Read how Kapkov explained his resignation.

We will remind that the head of the Department of culture of the Moscow government resigned from his post in March 2015, saying that soon wants to dedicate his personal life. Previously, he was Deputy Governor of Chukotka Roman Abramovich, a Russian state Duma Deputy, Vice-President of the RFU, and also headed the Gorky Park in Moscow.

Hacker group “Anonymous international” has been known since the end of 2013. Since then, she had to say about the hacking of correspondence and accounts of many officials: from Dmitry Medvedev to the staff of the Kremlin administration.


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