Anonymous hacks correspondence of Russian coal, oil, gas exporters

Anonymous hacks correspondence of Russian coal, oil, gas exporters

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The Anonymous group of international hackers has gained access to over a million emails of ALET, a Russian customs broker that deals with the exporters of petroleum products, coal, and liquefied gas.

That’s according to a tweet released by the group.

“#Anonymous hacked nearly 1.1 million emails (1.1 TB ) from ALET, a Russian customs broker for companies in the fuel and energy industries, handling exports and customs declarations for coal, crude oil, liquefied gases and petroleum products,” the tweet reads.

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ALET has worked with over 400 companies since 2011 to file over 119,000 customs declarations and has recommendations from Gazprom, Gazprom Neft and Bashneft. Approximately 75% of ALET’s business comes from oil products, 10% from oil, and 9% from hydrocarbon products.

Earlier, Anonymous hacked 645,000 emails of Enerpred, Russia’s largest producer of hydraulic equipment, specializing in energy, oil and chemical, coal, gas, and construction industries.


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