Activists of the Cyber Resistance team claim to have hacked into Z-volunteer Mikhail Luchin's AliExpress account and ordered dildos from the card he used to collect donations for the Russian army.
Source. InformNapalm writes about it.
According to the hackers, the card collected $25,000, which was supposed to be used to purchase a UAV. They write that they ordered sex toys for the entire amount.
"Our exhibit linked the 'volunteer' card to an AliExpress account and gave us access to the account. Now Misha is collecting a unique collection of songs for $25,000, which was supposed to be used to buy a UAV. Instead of drones, Misha will now send the occupiers truckloads of dildos, strap-ons, and other useful things for every Russian that we ordered and paid for with his AliExpress card," the activists said.
The hackers exclusively explained to InformNapalm some details of the operation to hack the Z-volunteer:
Will Luchin be able to cancel the order?
- Not anymore, because the goods were ordered on March 24-25 and some have already been delivered. The total amount of the order was about $25,000. He collected and spent the money to buy drones for the Russian army, so it was important to write it off to something else. We decided to order him a bunch of toys.
Was there any way to spend the money in favor of the Ukrainian Armed Forces?
- Unfortunately, no. Because the card is tied to a specific address, meaning that all the goods from the order will be delivered to Luchyn's address. That is why we decided to use his funds in this way.
"Mikhail Luchin wrote a public post in which he admitted that he had been hacked by Ukrainian cyber activists.
He tried to reassure his Z-audience that he would be able to return the money and goods. He also tried to significantly downplay the losses so that his sponsors would not run away and stop sending money to his card. Misha Luchin does not realize that with this admission he has lost not only money, but also the trust of his supporters, because now they know for sure that the money he collected from them went to adult toys..." the community said.
Background. As reported, hackers released personal data of a Russian army colonel who bombed Mariupol.