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Ukraine, 100 million messages sent to Russia to tell the truth about the invasion

100 million messages sent to Russia to tell the truth about the invasion of Ukraine. The Cyber ​​Warfare operation was made possible thanks to the 1920.in web page, created by Squad303, a Polish group part of the Anonymous galaxy

There are over 100 million messages that people around the world have sent to the mobile phones of citizens in Russia in two months. Objective: to tell the truth about what is actually happening in Ukraine, bypassing the stringent censorship imposed by Moscow on the web and social networks. They did so thanks to the 1920.in web page, created ad hoc by the Squad303 group, which made it possible to send SMS messages, WhatsApp and phone calls directly to cell phones of the Federation’s population. It is an international team of programmers, part of the Anonymous galaxy, coordinated by Poland. The name derives from a unit of the British Royal Air Force (RAF), made up exclusively of Poles, which fought in World War II. The name of the page also has a precise meaning: it commemorates the Polish victory against the Russian invasion of 1919-1920, achieved even though the enemy was superior in numbers and in terms of armaments.

The Squad303 video to announce the 100 million messages

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