[German]The hacker collective Anonymous has made good on its threat to attack major companies that it believes have not withdrawn from Russia. Now the hacker collective claims to have leaked 10 Gbytes of data from food giant Nestle. Here is some information about it.
Activists from Anonymous have announced the leak of 10 GB of data in the following tweet. The data is said to include emails, passwords and documents relating to Nestle's business customers.
A 5.7 MB archive with sample data is circulating on the web. It is unclear whether the data comes from a recent hack or is older. Anonymous considers the Swiss food and beverage multinational a pariah at the top of companies that did too little to cut ties with Russia after its invasion of Ukraine. Other companies on the Anonymous list include Burger King, Subway and CitiGroup.
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