Alleged hackers would have thrown away the pages of the CDMX Prosecutor’s Office and the SSC months after Guacamaya Leaks

The hack would have been carried out simultaneously (Photo: special)

During the night of February 5 it was reported that alleged hackers would have simultaneously taken down the page of the CDMX Attorney General’s Office and the Secretary of Citizen Security (SSC). It should be noted that for a few moments it was not possible to access the pages of the security institutions.

Through social networks it was the reporter Ignacio Alzaga who reported the alleged hacking to dependencies. He was also the one who indicated that the actions would have happened simultaneously.

When trying to access the websites of the institutions, an image appeared that marked an error and the information could not be accessed and services that they normally present, for which reason the version began to circulate that it could be a hack, which occurred just a few months after the cyber attack on the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena).

Could not access for a few moments pages because they did not load, later the websites were accessed. It should be noted that until 9:00 p.m. on Sunday the security institutions did not share any type of information about the alleged hacking.

The reports generated interest because just last January a alleged hacking of the Tax Administration Service (SAT), on that occasion several people received an email that appeared to come from an official source. He message caused confusion among taxpayers that received it, due to the fact that a rejected tax return for the year 2013 was reported.

Due to the above, there were reports on social networks about the possibility that the SAT could have been the victim of a cyber attack. However, it was the institution itself that discarded hack version and they denied that the personal data of the taxpayers had been violated.

The SAT statement denied the alleged hacking (Photo: SAT)
The SAT statement denied the alleged hacking (Photo: SAT)

“The SAT informs that this situation it was not generated by any hack nor did it happen through the Tax Mailbox, as was erroneously speculated on social networks”, it could be read in an official statement. Similarly, it was clarified that taxpayer information was not affected.

Similarly, on January 12, the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Quintana Roo suffered a attack on your computer systems due to an alleged hacker who would have stolen thousands of online complaints and subsequently published on a website specialized in leaking documents.

The vulnerability to the systems occurred at dawn on January 11 and was reported by users of social networks the following day. the Quintana Roo Prosecutor’s Office confirmed the facts and reported on the initiation of an investigation folder for the theft of information.

The user "sc0rp10n" He was the one who published a file with the complaints online (Photo: Screenshot)
The user “Sc0rp10n” was the one who published a file with the complaints online (Photo: Screenshot)

“The Quintana Roo Prosecutor’s Office reports that it initiated an investigation folder for the subtraction of online complaints filed digitally before this autonomous body”, reported the institution.

The encrypted file contained more than 7,000 complaints made online and in PDF format was published by a user identified as sc0rp10nwhich used the page

“The Attorney General of Quintana Roo, in charge of Oscar Montes de Oca Rosales, exposes security of the national and foreign citizens of this important tourist pole to the not having any security and data protection protocol personal data from its online complaints system”, published the alleged hacker.

La Sedena was hacked in September 2022 (Photo: special)
La Sedena was hacked in September 2022 (Photo: special)

It should be remembered that a group calling itself macaw was responsible for a cyber attack on the Ministry of National Defense (Sedena) from which they were obtained at least six terabytes of information which until then was unknown. Through various documents, information was revealed on various topics such as criminal groups and various actions of the Army.

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