The pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) claimed defacing at least 19 websites belonging to U.S., Chilean, Chinese, French, Malaysian, and Mexican businesses, forwarding them using the hashtag “KillCrusaders.”
The Anonymous hacking collective has claimed hacking and defacing the government-hosted website of Mexican water utility company, Sapaza, as part of its “#NiUnaMas” campaign, which protests violence against women in Mexico.
An Anonymous-affiliated hacking group called “KelvinSecTeam” has purportedly leaked Mexican government officials’ details, online user credentials, and various network service credentials.
An Anonymous-affiliated hacking group called “KelvinSecTeam” has purportedly released the email addresses and passwords of seven Mexican government officials.
The Anonymous hacking collective called for attacks on 6 Mexican Government websites for "the freedom of our political prisoners" and as part of "Operation Libertad."
Mexican hackers published alleged login credentials to four government websites of the Mexican domain, including that of Zacatecas State Government, the Municipal Government of Santa Cruz Xoxocotlan, the Municapility of Alvarado Veracruz, and the Mexican Film Commission “ComeFilm.”
The alleged hacker “0zch45rt_6144” claimed to have seized over 3,000 email accounts of the Mexican government for “Operation Ayotzinapa” on behalf of the 43 students from Raul Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers’ College who went missing in Iguala, Mexico in September, 2014.