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MOSCOW, August 7. /TASS/. The authenticity of Anonymous International’s reports about places of deployment of Iskander missile systems will be verified, Russian president’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Friday.
"No, why, I have not said that," he said when asked whether Anonymous International’s reports were true. "I said this information would be checked this of that way."
He said the hacker information would be checked by special services on guard of state secrets. "These services do their job well enough," Peskov said. "These services check such open sources on a permanent basis, because everybody knows the level of protection in such servers [free e-mail servers]."
Hackers of the Anonymous International group claim they have obtained and made public classified information about places of deployment of Russia’s Iskander-M missile systems and nuclear-powered submarines. The claim that officers of the Russian defence ministry had been exchanging secret documents via free e-mail services Yandex, Mail.Ru and Gmail for over four years.