The operators of rainbow six, a Russian internet security firm, are about to receive a massive payout from Google, after they got hacked last year by a group of hackers that infiltrated the company’s servers.
The payout was announced in a blog post on Thursday by the group, which called themselves CyberDDoS and which also posted details of the hack on Pastebin.
The group has been working for more than a year on a plan to take down CyberDotnet, the Russian security firm that was one of the targets of the breach.
They were able to get access to CyberDots servers and get the data on the network.
The hackers took control of CyberDota servers and stole all of its data, including its passwords and account information.
This data was then used by the hackers to gain access to other servers and make other attacks.
They did this in order to take control of the CyberDox network and to break CyberDotes website.
CyberDottemedia was also able to take over the domains of Cyberdots and CyberDOT, which means they are now connected to the Russian servers, according to the blog post.
The cyber attack has left CyberDottees servers in limbo, and the group has now put together a payment plan with Google to help them get back online.
This is a major victory for the group.
They’re getting a substantial amount of money from Google to go back online, and they’ll be able to start hiring new staff to get them back online as well.
Cyber DDoS is a Russian cybersecurity firm that specialises in attacking vulnerable internet servers.
They’ve worked on several hacks and also managed to gain control of servers belonging to other internet service providers, such as Facebook and Google, according the blog.