Thursday, February 9, 2023

Recount 2022: Guacamaya Leaks, AMLO’s health and Carlos Lloret de Mola reports

so called hack of Guacamaya Leek, Which showed the vulnerability of security dependency, it was one of the events that marked this 2022 the most.

In an unprecedented incident, on 28 September, journalists Carlos Lauret de Mola disclosed that a group of hackers calling themselves “Guacamaya” breached military cyber security to infiltrate files from the Ministry of National Defense (sedena) to extract 6 terabytes of data.

The state of health of Mexico’s president, the state administration’s links with government espionage, drug trafficking and priority objectives of the armed forces, as well as other relevant reports, came to the fore after leaks aimed at investigators and journalists. For the purpose of exposing the federal government.

The information disseminated by the hacker group, consisting of 20 million documents ranging from emails, letters, reports, investigations and presentations collected from 2016 to 2022, caused a wave of reactions regarding the threat to national security, which called the breach was representing ,

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President’s health

With documents leaked by “Guacamaya”, in which he showed the logbook of a plane in which the president was transferred for a medical examination due to heart problems, journalist Carlos Loret de Mola assured that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador Was very sick with various diseases.

Unstable angina, gout and hypothyroidism were the diseases indicated in the emails and exposed official documents, with Laureate de Mola publicly confronting the federal executive after questioning why he had hidden this information of public relevance.

“El Culiacanazo”: FGR investigates elements of Cedena for alleged infiltrators of the Sinaloa Cartel

Providing protection for members of organized crime during a failed operation to arrest Ovidio Guzmán “El Raton”, son of drug trafficker Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán, for allegedly leaking information and killing two civilians, attorney The Office of the General (FGR) screened over 130 soldiers, including three generals and three colonels.

“I inform you that this Prosecutor’s Office has lines of investigation in which the possible involvement of elements of your corporation in the events that took place on Thursday, October 17, 2019 (…) was disclosed in the media and open The source where the alleged detention by elements of the Sedena and National Guard of Ovidio Guzmán López in the city of Culiacan, Sinaloa, where there were clashes with organized crime and members of the armed forces who tried to evade the arrest of Ovidio Guzmán López”, reports the hacker group The line of inquiry revealed by

Spying and Surveillance of Citizens

Files exposed by the group of hackers revealed that Sedena closely follows the trail and activities of journalists, human rights defenders, activists and some citizens using the Pegasus spyware.

Intelligence reports prepared by the National Defense identified a specific monitoring of marches, protests, meetings, and positive or critical messages issued by said groups, and even the personal marking of Ken Salazar, the United States Ambassador to Mexico. also elaborated.

Relations between officers and military groups

Reports also surfaced of possible links between state officials and drug traffickers, arms dealers, and Huchicollio groups; In them, he also learns that Cedena had knowledge of these unions.

These revelations included a report that pointed to the Secretary of the Interior, Aidan Augusto López, handing over state security in Tabasco to three alleged members of the Jalisco Nueva Generation cartel.

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