Anti-government hackers have tried to sell what appear to be NFTs from Belarusian President Oleksandr Lukashenka’s passport. Members of the group “Cyber Partisans of Belarus” claim that they received the passport data of all citizens of this country. Try to list the NFF -Pasport Collection in Cyber Partners from Belarus Oban. A group of Hacker group called Seliberus Belarus Lassa Party for access to a government database, which has details about the passport of every Belarusian citizen, including higher officials, such as Alexander Lukashenko.
Hackers have published a set of Neng (NFD) signs called “Belarusian Passports”, which are said to have passport data from the president and his close associates. The group also tried to list the portfolio on Opensea, a leading NFT market, but the site removed it due to a breach of terms. Promoting its initiative on Twitter, the group said it would launch the NFT on August 19, Lukashenka’s birthday.
However, some in the encryption community suspected of identity documents, Crypto Pitz Cryptocurrency. The media is shown in the statement. This is a spell on the first page shown in the digital version of Lugashenko’s passport and wrongly shows his name in English. The “Belarusian Cyber Party” targeted the government of the Eastern European country led by Lukashenka to support – material and technical – aggression by Russia in neighboring Ukraine. For example, Belarus claimed responsibility for a cyber attack on its railway system and demanded the withdrawal of Russian troops from the country. This hacking group started raising capital in digital currencies to fund their operations. According to a report published in early February by the analytical company Elliptic, Belarusian cyber guerrillas managed to collect $84,000 worth of bitcoins in the last six months before the start of Russia’s “special military operations” in Ukraine.