Hacker from “Humpty Dumpty,” accused the FSB in the protection racket


Konstantin Aplacophora: Ilya Pitalev / RIA Novosti

Hackers from the organization “Humpty Dumpty” gave the FSB a portion of the money received from the sale of information. About it in interview to TV channel “Rain” said a former participant of grouping Konstantin Teplyakov, paroled from prison.

“Guaranteed some protection, integrity, and Yes, it was necessary to share the finances,” he said. Details of financial relations Teplyakov did not disclose.

A blackhat explained that the contacts with the Russian secret service has established the leader of the “Humpty Dumpty” Vladimir Anikeyev. According to Teplyakov, he must have informed the FSB about the upcoming “leak” on a particular person, and received instructions on further action. “There were some episodes when from the other side, respectively, there were some amounts of information,” he added.

Earlier Teplyakov said that open collaboration of hackers with the FSB began in the summer of 2015.

Group “Humpty Dumpty” (also known under the name of “Anonymous international”) has for several years been hacking into accounts of business and government. The information received is merged or sold. The Chapter “Humpty Dumpty,” Vladimir Anikeyev was sentenced in the summer of 2017 to two years of imprisonment. It was reported that he fully admitted his guilt and went to deal with the investigation. He was released from prison in August 2018.

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