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Iranian hacktivist group – Black Reward

Updated on 2022-11-09: Black Reward leak

Cluster25 has an analysis of a Black Reward leak of files from the Iranian nuclear agency, and more particularly of sensitive documents showing the close collaboration between Iranian and Russian scientists. Read more: Sanctioned deals: the Irano-Russian connection under Ankara’s supervision. Analysis of the NPPD leak

Updated on 2022-10-25

An Iranian hacktivist group, Black Reward, claimed to have hacked an email server associated with Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization and exfiltrated over 100,000 messages from 324 inboxes. Read more: Hacktivists say they stole 100,000 emails from Iran’s nuclear energy agency

Overview: Iran nuclear agency hack

A hacktivist group calling itself Black Reward took credit for hacking Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization and released more than 50GB of data containing emails, contracts, and construction plans related to Iran’s Russian-backed nuclear power plant in Bushehr. The group also requested the release of recent political prisoners detained in the Mahsa Amini anti-government protests over the past month. The Iranian government confirmed the incident on Sunday. Read more: Iran releases footage from prison fire, adding to mystery

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