Russian tech giant Yandex was hacked and data from Yandex…

AD: Meet Dug.To: Next-Gen Link Management Suite [PROMO CODE: KCS.TOP

+5272 – Russian tech giant Yandex was hacked and data from Yandex Food, a popular food delivery service was leaked. Among the many users affected are agents of Russia’s security services and military, who in several cases even ordered food to their places of work using their official email addresses

2022-04-04 17:47:44

[+5272] |

AD: Meet Dug.To: Next-Gen Link Management Suite [PROMO CODE: KCS.TOP

Comments

comments

31 Comments
  1. Reply
    XX_DarkWarrior_XX April 5, 2022 at 2:42 am

    Bellingcat does it again.

  2. [removed]

  3. Who needs OpSec anyway?

  4. I used them for one of my alt emails and some file storage, but I was always skeptical of its safety

  5. Reply
    CollumMcJingleballs April 5, 2022 at 2:42 am

    The Russian military really showing itself to be one of the dumbest in the world.

  6. “who in several cases even ordered food to their places of work using their official email addresses”

    sometimes its hilarious when you get a hint at how other people seem to think the world works. of all the things that might be interesting to say about this, that they order food from official email addresses is not even remotely odd or intriguing

  7. who would ever do such a thing, using work emails at work to get food while you’re working. shocking.

  8. Am I so pose to access all these leaks and somehow try to scam Russians ?

  9. I consider my internet traffic open postcards of trivia. Nobody’s petting a white cat in an extinct volcano saying “Now I know where Adam420 gets his pizza!” But I’m not Russian military. As far as you know.

  10. So? Did we learn the very incriminating fact that several Russian officers ask for pineapple on pizza? Or what the hell is this even good for?

  11. Um? It happened month ago

  12. Russians should be very thankful Ukrainians don’t stoop to their level and target these offices with their own missiles and artillery.

  13. Let’s sign those emails up for every news letter and as we can.

  14. Any links to dataset? Could be useful to find personalities of some war criminals.

  15. Funny how easily Russian critical cyber infrastructure seems to get infiltrated/compromised. “Russian” and “incompetent” have pretty much become synonymous.

  16. Good. All Russians should pay for the war crimes they’re complicit in.

  17. when Assange’s group released data I recall everybody can download and see. Now I read about claims of hacks with no data freely available, no data attached as example to back up the claims.

    The article even blurs data when posting screenshots. Why?

  18. I’m not sure this is a big deal?

    It certainly could be depending on other things. But it could also just be dudes ordering food.

    Email addresses aren’t made to be kept top secret.

  19. Perfecto!!! <3

  20. I remember reading something a while ago revealing the CIA (NSA? Some US alphabet agency.) ordering pizza to their location.

  21. I always find tag lines like the one here interesting, because it’s either use an official email to order food that is being delivered to an official building, which I imagine all private email use is restricted inside of the building or on the network. However, the alternative is to use a less secure email route on a official network and link it to an official who works there. I mean… you know who works at the building and most official emails follow the “first letter of first name, whole last name” convention so even that wouldn’t exactly be a tough nut to crack.

  22. In mother Russia food delivers you…and your PII

  23. It’s a Russian thing

  24. Reminds me of Didi IPO in US and its subsequent delisting. There were similar rumors cited that many officials had used the app and CCP was afraid this data would be leaked if the company needs to be audited by US.

    No smoke without fire I guess..

  25. “Russia’s state media watchdog Roskomnadzor has strongly attempted to block its proliferation.”

    Oh honey, you can try.

  26. Reply
    MomentSpecialist2020 April 5, 2022 at 2:42 am

    Strong work 💪🇺🇦🌻

  27. Reply
    overzealous_dentist April 5, 2022 at 2:42 am

    > Among the many users affected are agents of Russia’s security services and military, who in several cases even ordered food to their places of work using their official email addresses

    Like everyone else?

  28. Dumb asses.

  29. Oh cool. I use a Yandex email for all my sketchy purchases and subscriptions because they’re supposedly secure. Guess that wasn’t the case.

  30. Reply
    redditisnowtwitter April 5, 2022 at 2:42 am

    Early into the war I encountered a lot of people online who I felt [worked at the famous Glavset](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Research_Agency) and I was offering to order them pizza and silly shit because I know the area they work (and, apparently, someone I met has worked there). I know their gourmet options have to be running out so even more fun to taunt them octopus pizza and shit they can’t get

    To me it’s both fascinating and not a huge deal since I’ve been to St Petersburg and everyone there acts like it’s just another call center job. And don’t get me wrong. I hate those guys. This is what my username speaks of. There’s the same bots on both now

  31. Yes more haxx0rs yassssssds

Leave a reply