The Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Directorate of Intelligence claims the personal data includes names, phone numbers, addresses, vehicle license plates, SIM cards, dates/location of birth, signatures, and passport numbers.
On Monday, March 28th, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Directorate of Intelligence published personal data of over 600 alleged Russian intelligence officials online claiming that the leak belongs to FSB (Federal Security Service) agents.
Ukraine Claims Doxing FSB Officers
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry claimed to have obtained a list of 620 employees at the Russian Federal Security Service, an agency that is directly overseen by President Vladimir Putin.
The list was posted on the official website of the Directorate of Intelligence in the local language stating that “Employees of the FSB of Russia involved in the criminal activities of the aggressor-state in Europe.”
After making the information public, the ministry posted said on its Facebook page that “Every European should know their names!”
Details of the Data
The data comprises names, phone numbers, addresses, vehicle license plates, SIM cards, dates/location of birth, signatures, and passport numbers of 620 alleged FSB officers.
According to the ministry, all the officers were involved in criminal activities across Europe at the behest of the Kremlin.
Furthermore, Ukrainian authorities claimed that the alleged officers are registered as Lubyanka residents. One alleged agent listed, according to The Times, used jamesbond007 as his Skype address.
Although Russia is yet to comment on the list, as of now, it is unclear if the data is authentic or not.
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