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Media: Spotify accounts hacked by Leps and Gazmanov

Unknown people hacked the accounts of Russian singers Grigory Leps and Oleg Gazmanov on the audio streaming service Spotify, posting there a photo of the Ukrainian artist and inscriptions criticizing the special military operation. About it writes Telegram channel Baza.

Instead of photos of Russian performers, an image of Clonnex from Lvov was posted on the profile.

At the same time, Oleg Gazmanov’s account has already been restored, but Grigory Leps’ page has not yet been restored. The hacker claims that he planned to gain access to the SHAMAN account, but was unable to break through the protection, writes “Utro.ru”.

Earlier, the audio streaming service Spotify announced the closure of its office in the Russian Federation due to events in Ukraine. It was said that the service itself will remain available to Russian users. However, at the beginning of March 2022, the company announced the suspension of subscriptions for Russians, and then announced its withdrawal from the Russian market.

Source: Rambler

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