The intervention in state channels has allowed, according to Anonymous, to broadcast images of the war in Ukraine that have been seen in different parts of Russia.
It has affected the channels Russia 24, Channel One and Moscow 24
According to the message, posted on the Twitter account that cannot be independently verified, the hacked channels are Russia 24, Channel One and Moscow 24.
Audiovisual servers similar to Netflix in Russia, such as Wink or Ivi, which have thousands of subscribers, have also been intervened.
In the message appears a recording about the apparent blockade of the aforementioned channels in which images and messages related to the invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops were broadcast.
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