In a momentary comeback to the hacking scene after a brief time away, yesterday morning, February 23rd 2019, “Mizaru” of the international hacking group known as Pryzraky announced two separate hacks and leaks effecting the Governments of Mexico and Paraguay. The first attack targeted the Annual Program of Cultural Projects website of the Secretary of Culture in Mexico, and the second the National Service of Environmental Sanitation (SENASA) in Paraguay.
In two separate postings online, Mizaru provided the pathways of various SQL Injections which can be utilized to hack the websites and thus expose its data. In the leak attached to the Secretary of Culture in Mexico at least, Mizaru also leaked the contents of the websites “users database,” exposing the usernames, emails, passwords, telephone numbers and more on approximately 23 site administrators/users. You can find access to both leaks via the information provided below.
Secretaría de Cultura – Programa Anual de Proyectos Culturales:
Servicio Nacional de Saneamiento Ambiental:
https://t.co/o3rdOsLoZz leak of admin users.
— Yanis ☄️ (@s_Mizaru) February 23, 2019
Let's do a fucking leak (ye Mizaru come back mofokers)
— Pryzraky | Mizaru ☄️ (@s_Mizaru) February 23, 2019
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