A hacker group named Guacamaya infiltrated Mexican military files today getting access to 6 Terabytes of classified information that revealed President AMLO’s terrible health conditions, failed operatives against Mexican cartels along with thousands of emails that disclosed privileged information that only the military had the access to.
the most serious cybersecurity vulnerability of the Mexican government in its history
Journalist Carlos Loret de Mola informed that they obtained 6TB of information, from 2016 to September 2022, of which he only presented an outline of sensitive issues such as the president’s deteriorating health, a subject that the government has denied. He also recounted the details of a failed operation in 2019 in the city of Culiacn, where the military mounted an operation to arrest Ovidio Guzmn, son of drug trafficker, Joaqun “Chapo” Guzmn and ended in his ignominious release.
Complete information about military high-ups
He even showed details about the number of troops manning customs throughout the country, which Lpez Obrador entrusted to the Navy, and even a clash between General Luis Cresencio Sandoval, in charge of the Army, and Rafael Ojeda, in charge of the Navy, both the main arms of Lpez Obrador’s government.
Mexican President’s terrible health scare
During the broadcast, it was revealed Mexican government has concealed information AMLO’s serious health problems, including when he was urgently transferred from his resting estate in Palenque to the Central Military Hospital in Mexico City, on January 2 to be treated for a high risk unstable angina, which can lead to a heart attack. For this, he had to be monitored and medicated before flying.
The failed operation: “Culiacanazo”
Back in 2019, the President commanded a military operative against the Sinaloa cartel, the outcome was a positive one, since they captured the youngest son of “Chapo” Guzmn, Ovidio Guzmn.
After he got caught the cartel violently retaliated and took Culiacn, they commanded operatives to seek and destroy, intimidating the citizens with guns and military ammunition rounds fired at them, closing the roads, and setting fire to school trucks, all of this demanding the release of Ovidio Guzman or they would kill civilians.
The cartel won
After a few hours, President Lpez Obrador caved to the cartel’s demands and officially ordered the military “to cease the operation to arrest Ovidio Guzmn Lpez”, letting the country know that Ovidio Guzman would be released, and in turn sending a message in subtext that, at the end of the day, the cartel won.