The Ministry of Internal Affairs is obviously in a panic.
Belarusian cyber-partisans have obtained and made public the alleged data of thousands of employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Belarus, who are probably involved in dispersing the protests.
The data has been published by the Nexta Telegram channel.
The report also notes that the personal data of the law-enforcement officers were obtained thanks to cyber partisans.
The message contains a link to a Google spreadsheet, which contains information about allegedly employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus.
“No one will remain anonymous even under a balaclava,” says the Nexta Telegram channel.
The Interior Ministry has already panicked over the data leak, saying in a comment to the Russian propaganda resource TASS that they have “the means and technology to identify and prosecute the vast majority of those responsible” for the information leak.