The NoName hacker group escalates its cyberattacks against Germany as it targets three new victims – a logistics company, a railway company, and the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority.
This attack seems to have been motivated by the latest protests in Germany about the tax rises and subsidy cuts for farmers.
At the moment of writing this article, we don’t know whether the German victims have regained website functionality or not.
What we do know is that this isn’t NoName’s first attack against Germany. Ever since the protests have begun, NoName has been watching the situation intensely.
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NoName first made a name for itself in March 2022 when it claimed responsibility for the attacks on American, Ukrainian, and European media, government, and private agencies.
It published a Manifesto on Telegram in the same period, saying that they’re openly against Ukraine and their allies.
Ever since, they’ve made multiple high-profile victims, including:
There’s no doubt that NoName is pro-Russian and that it actively targets protractors of the Russian government and Ukraine supporters.
They’ll surely continue with their attacks as long as the current geopolitical scene remains the same!