The documents appear to be related to deals with companies, including Indian aerospace company Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd., complete with travel plans and details about the passports of Russian delegates.
Hack Of Russian Defense Firm Called ‘Cyberwar’
March 6, 2014

Via slashdot:

A group of Russian hacktivists has taken a page from the playbook written by WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden, protesting aggressive political policies by releasing 1,000 documents allegedly stolen from the agency that oversees the export of Russian weapons to foreign countries.

The group, which calls itself the Russian Cyber Command, uploaded about 500MB of documents allegedly stolen from the servers of the Rosoboronexport State Corporation to protest “Putin’s Empire” and the “Russian Government['s] delusional attempts to start WWIII,” according to a March 6 story on SoftPedia.

The group posted ...

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