For the second time in a week Scorpi0n Gh0s7 of Shad0w Security released a data leak effecting Ecuadorian Government servers, only this time Rogue Media Labs was able to back it up before international authorities took it down.
Declassified Documents from CIA Reveal US Political Interference South America Throughout The Cold War
CIA wraps up 3 year long Argentina Declassification Project originally commissioned under Obama, revealing new insight into US Cold War Strategy.
New Hacking Group Known as Karamujo Official Claims Responsibility for 5 Hacks Across North & South America
Karamujo Official has come on strong to the hacking scene over the last few weeks, claiming responsibility for 5 hacks across Ecuador, the United States and Brasil over the course of the last week alone.
Over the last 4 days Pryzraky hackers have been active in 39 separate cyber attacks, including attacks on the Association of Police Investigators, International Police, Department of Defense and National Police Association of the UK.
Throughout the course of the weekend hackers have continued an onslaught of cyber attacks against the Government of Ecuador and Ecuadorian infrastructure worldwide. Here are some of the highlights:
Hacktivists Team Up To Hack, Deface, Leak or Crash 39 Ecuadorian Websites Within First 24 Hours After Assange’s Arrest
Almost immediately after Julian Assange was dragged out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in handcuffs, hackers the world over began launching cyber attacks against Ecuadorian infrastructure in protest.
Hacker known as Take Down Root has claimed responsibility for the breach of 155,645 client accounts attached to Burger King franchise chains across Ecuador, leaking screen shots of databases effected and the info of 1,000 customers online.
Wikileaks Releases “US Embassy Shopping List,” +16,000 Procurement Requests/Documents Released from US Embassies Worldwide
Wikileaks announces their latest release, a database of +16,000 documents from US embassies worldwide, chronicling international procurement requests attempting to mooch off the US Governments tit for free funding, supplies, surveillance equipment and more.
In one of the most ironic mistakes I have ever heard of, the US DOJ has just accidentally leaked some of the charges expected to be filed against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange once his asylum in Ecuador comes to an end.
Breaking down some of the common misconceptions & myths regarding cyber security, informational security & data privacy when it comes to Nationality or country of origin.