Shaltay-Boltay member states his name after escaping detention
The hacker, hiding in Estonia, turned out to be programmer from St. Petersburg Alexander Glazastikov.
The member of the hacker group Shaltay-Boltay (Humpty Dumpty), who is hiding in Estonia according to investigators, announced his name to Fontanka.
As the newspaper writes, Shaltay’s real name is Alexander Glazastikov.
He is a programmer from St. Petersburg. In addition, the attacker shared with plans for the future - he intends to ask the Estonian authorities for political asylum. According to Glazastikov, he revealed himself, because "law enforcement agencies have already known everything."
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