Ukraine Security Services Involved in Hack of Russia’s Largest Private Bank
Ukrainian hackers, allegedly collaborating with the country's security services, breached Russia's largest private bank, Alfa-Bank. The hackers claimed to have obtained data from over 30 million customers, including personal information and account details. Alfa-Bank, which is owned by a Russian-Israeli billionaire and sanctioned by the US, denied the leak. The Ukrainian hackers have previously collaborated with intelligence agencies, providing leaked data that aids in cyber intelligence efforts against Russia. The hackers plan to share the obtained data with investigative journalists.