The data leak consists of tens of email addresses, birth dates, IP addresses, usernames and password hashes allegedly stolen from the Civil Society and Government web portal (civic.kmu.gov.ua).
This isn’t the only target of the second phase of OpUkraine. The organizations attacked previously are the Ukrainian Soccer Portal, the Football Federation, the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the website of the City of Kiev.
However, until now, the hacktivists have relied on distributed denial-of-service attacks to make their point. Now, it seems that they’ve turned to other methods.
Anonymous continues to accuse the Ukrainian government of violating the agreements made with animal rights organizations. This is probably why we will continue seeing such attacks, at least for a while.