A Ukrainian hacker group tricks the wives of Russian soldiers into divulging important information about their husbands. Photo/InformNapalm
KIEV – Hackers or hackers Ukraine had deceived the soldiers’ wives Russia to reveal information about their husbands in the military.
The hacker group called Cyber Resistance managed to gain access to the emails of Russian colonel Sergei Atroshchenko. It was the soldier who allegedly ordered the two 500 kg bombs to be dropped on the Ukrainian theater on March 16, 2022, in which around 600 people were reported killed. The building that was bombed was the Donetsk Regional Drama Theater in Mariupol.
The hacker group then tricked the colonel’s wife, Lilia Aleksandrovna Atroshchenko, and other soldiers’ wives, into sending them sexy pictures.
In the process the wives reveal personal information about their husbands.
The theater building in Mariupol was used as an air raid shelter at the time and the words “CHILDREN” were clearly written on the page. The attack was branded by Ukraine as a war crime.
While accessing Colonel Atroshchenko’s emails, the hackers noticed that Lilia liked to send her husband “surprise photos”—some of them nudes.
Some of the more “decent” pictures were published by the Ukrainian activist website InformNapalm.
Lilia is then fooled into believing she is communicating with an officer from her husband’s regiment and agrees to stage a new “surprise” for Colonel Atroshchenko and the other officers.
Lilia is then asked to do a “patriotic photo shoot” with other Russian soldiers’ wives at an airfield while wearing their husbands’ formal uniform jackets with full decorations.
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