Eco-extremist group Individualists Tending Toward the Wild (ITS) claimed bombing a Banco Azteca ATM near Mexico City.
The eco-extremist Individualists Tending Toward the Wild (ITS) Mexican branch asserted responsibility for various crimes, allegedly in response to rising gas prices.
The self-styled eco-extremist group, Individualists Tending Toward the Wild (ITS), claimed sabotaging and causing damage to multiple energy towers in Pesquería, Nuevo León, Mexico.
A user posted on his blog and Twitter account that the Islamic State (IS) should take root amongst the indigenous peoples of Chiapas, southern Mexico, and from there spread to Central America to “wreck havoc” in the region and the United States.
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.”
As part of “Operation Israel 2015,” a hacking group by the name of “Middle East Cyber Army” has claimed to have targeted hundreds of Israeli websites with defacement attacks, and released over 200 email addresses and passwords of alleged Israeli accounts, and 70,000 purported Israeli router login credentials.
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.
The pro-Islamic State hacking group “Cyber Caliphate” claimed to have hacked the Twitter and YouTube accounts for U.S. Military’s Central Command; as part of attack the group modified the profile pages and promoted purportedly leaked documents from its network.