Limited distribution: Tetraedr (222 GB)
In our new section Cyberwar, we are listing emails and schematics from Belarus weapons manufacturer Tetraedr, released by Anonymous Liberland and the Pwn-Bär Hack Team
Disclaimer for all releases in the new Cyberwar section
Datasets that were released in the buildup to, in the midst of, or in the aftermath of a cyberwar or hybrid war. Therefore, there is an increased chance of malware, ulterior motives and altered or implanted data, or false flags/fake personas. As a result, we encourage readers, researchers and journalists to take additional care with the data. This is a standard disclaimer that will be added to all datasets in the Cyberwar category, even absent specific suspicions. Any specific concerns will be added and noted on the specific release pages.
We are offering for Limited Distribution over 200 gigabytes of emails from the Belarusian weapons manufacturer Tetraedr. Tetraedr has operated since 2001 and offers missile and gun systems, air defense and surveillance radar systems, specialist training, as well as system repair and upgrades.
This release consists of two parts. The first part is the most recent 1,000 emails from each inbox, in .EML format. The second part is a complete archive of each inbox in .PST format, though the hackers note that some .PST files may have corruption issues resulting from the export process.
The hackers identified themselves as Anonymous Liberland and the Pwn-Bär Hack Team on a .onion website where they posted the data in late February 2022. The site also announced their opposition to Putin, Russia and CIS countries. The .onion site went down shortly after security researcher Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade tweeted its location.
Speaking of cyberwars, the ddosecrets.com website was also subject to an attack and may be down at the time of publication of this newsletter. The Tetraedr data is still available to researchers seeking access, we recommend emailing either email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org (please do not email both addresses) to request access. Include in your email enough information about your work so we can verify requests from newsrooms, academic labs and other public-interest researchers.