According to RIA Novosti, problems in protecting the networks of the Central Directorate of the Main Intelligence Directorate on Rybalsky Island in Kyiv helped in the formation of the database.

The comment notes that a series of publications is planned.

Among the disclosed intelligence officers are representatives of embassy residencies in Russia, India, Austria, Vietnam, South Africa, Italy, Turkey, Iran.

In addition, data were provided on military intelligence curators in Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Slovakia, instructors in sabotage and representatives of special forces for conducting undercover and power intelligence.

Earlier it became known that the Russian hacker group RaHDIt published the data of 700 employees of the Security Service of Ukraine.

A hacker from the Russian hacker group RahDIt, on condition of anonymity, said that declassified information about 700 employees of the Security Service of Ukraine greatly weakened this special service.