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Hackers released technical documentation for the products of the Russian High-Precision Systems and Technologies scientific production association

Hackers released technical documentation for the products of the Russian High-Precision Systems and Technologies scientific production association

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The Head Mare hacker group has published internal documents of the Russian High-Precision Systems and Technologies scientific production association.

The Head Mare hacker group announced this on Twitter.

The published documentation includes technical information about the products, information about the companies responsible for production, and personal information about employees.

In addition, the hackers noted that despite the large amount of documentation and instructions related to the cybersecurity of classified information, they managed to hack into the internal network of the scientific production association without any problems.

The published technical documentation includes detailed information on the new Gvozdika hypersonic target missile, which is being developed to train air defense forces to intercept high-speed targets.

The published documents include the product’s 3D model from various companies, missile characteristics, test results of individual components, and a list of people responsible for the program.

The published documentation also includes information on the testing and producing components for the 9M333 anti-aircraft guided missile.

The 9M333 missile is used as part of the 9K35M4 Strela-10M4 surface-to-air missile system and is equipped with an infrared homing head.

Although the missile has been in development since the 1980s, the 9M333 officially started mass production only in December 2020.

At that time, the JSC Kalashnikov Concern, which includes the High-Precision Systems and Technologies scientific production association, announced the successful completion of the tests and the start of mass production.

It should be noted that this is not the first time that classified information about Russian development and production has been published online.

Militarnyi previously reported that a group of hackers from the Prana Network released data on the production of Iranian Shahed-136 drones for Russia and showed the technological process of their production.

Most of the information made public regarded the production of composite airframe components, its painting, assembly, and subsequent inspection stages.

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