Anonymous is threatening smartphone manufacturers who have stayed in Russia

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Anonymous is threatening smartphone manufacturers who are still doing business Russia.

The group has published another list of companies who are still present in the local market. 

This one is relatively long and we can find many manufacturers of smartphones, electronics, and other companies from the broadly understood IT field.  They said that all of them should expect attacks from hackers. The attacks would be carried to force these companies live Russia. 

There are many indications that the hackers will be much more furious than before. All because of the massacre in Bucza, during which Russian soldiers left behind tortured bodies, and raped women and children. The Anonymous Group openly states that every company that has stayed in Russia has a share of this tragedy:

What more evidence is needed for these international companies that continue to do bloody business in Russia? If it is difficult for you to leave Russia immediately, even after the #BuchaMassacre massacre, it will be easy for us to include you in the #OpRussia campaign. #Anonymous

Hacktivists have also prepared a list of companies that should expect an attack. We will find there such companies as:

Acer

Alibaba

Asus

Auchan

BlaBlaCar

Cloudflare

Corning

Hertz

Huawei

Lenovo

Leroy Merlin

MSI

Tencent

Virgin

Xiaomi