Hackers hacked Russian radio station Kommersant by broadcasting Ukrainian songs

Hackers hacked Russian radio station Kommersant by playing Ukrainian songs

Hackers hacked into Russian radio station Kommersant by playing Ukrainian songs. Representatives of the radio station reported this on the company's telegram channel.

First, the anthem of Ukraine performed by Alexander Ponomarev was broadcast on the air. Later it was replaced by the song “I don't need war” by the group “Nogu Svelo” and the folk song “Oh, there is red viburnum near the moon”. The tracks played in a circle. The hack itself is noticeable only in the mobile version of the site, on the radio and in the PC version there is a standard broadcast.

Who hacked into the radio station's network is not reported. Earlier, Anonymous network hackers managed to hack top Russian TV channels and broadcast a poem written by Ukrainian singer Dima Monatik. In April, the team hacked into the servers of the Russian government, and in May they “put down” the websites of Belarusian ministries for complicity in the attack on Ukraine.

The Russian radio station was founded in 2010 by the Kommersant publishing house. Its owner is Alisher Usmanov's Kommersant Holding. The billionaire was one of the first to fall under EU sanctions after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, he is called an ally of Russian President Putin.

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