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Hacker group Anonymous has published 28 GB of data on their Twitter account allegedly belonging to the Central Bank of Russia.

According to the hackers, the documents were obtained during the hack of the Bank of Russia, which Anonymous reported last March 24. However, the regulator has denied the information about the attack.

Among the published data there are reportedly hundreds of audit reports and information about the owners of banks. According to the video released by Anonymous:

“We publish thousands of CBR documents: agreements, letters, transactions, trade secrets of oligarchs, real economic reports that are hidden from the public.”

The hackers have also claimed to have distributed the documents to various points on the Internet. In addition, they have said they will publish new links in case of censorship.

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