Pro-Russian hacking group Killnet claims to be a private military company

Killnet, a hacker group with pro-Russia affiliations known for conducting denial-of-service attacks, has declared that it has transformed into a private military company and is now providing its services to private and state sponsors.

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The leader of Killnet, a pro-Russia hacker group known for launching denial-of-service attacks, claimed on a Telegram channel that the group had become a private military company and would offer its services to private and state sponsors.
Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on 24 February last year, Killnet has been targeting organisations supporting Ukraine with mostly DDoS attacks. These include dozens of healthcare organisations in the US and EU and several educational institutions in Australia. More recently, it has also leaked stolen data believed to belong to thousands of people with links to NATO.