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Home security Individuals of the President of Brazil were exposed on the internet

Individuals of the President of Brazil were exposed on the internet

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Her federal police Brazil gave new information on research for a hacking team, which is said to be responsible for leakage personal data of senior government officials, including the President of the country, Jair Bolsonaro.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. It is said that behind the incident of violation is the hacking team Anonymous Brazil. The exposed data includes personal information of the President, his sons, his supporters, as well as various other ministers.

The information was alleged assets of the President and the rest of the people and went up to Twitter, from a profile, which was then deleted from the platform. At the time, Bolsonaro was convicted attack and he said, through Twitter, that the leak was a "measure of intimidation" by the "hackers”(Hacktivists).

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About 20 federal police officers conducted a search warrant in the area homes of the suspects. Among the suspects are three teenagers living in city towns Rio Grande do Sul and Ceará.

In addition to the President's details, the hacktivist team was in possession of it data belonging to 200.000 members of the Brazilian army and government officials. They probably intended to expose these as well data, to "intimidate and embarrass the individuals and institutions involved".

In order to receive the information, the hackers had invaded systems of federal universities, organizations and municipal councils in various parts of Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, Paraná, Goiás, Rio Grande do Sul). It is also said that the group had violated government services.

According to the survey, more than 90 organizations accepted attack only at Rio Grande do Sul. Senior federal police officers have spoken out concerns for national security.

Η police He said there was also evidence of additional crimes involving the group, including illegal online shopping. The investigation into the president's leak continues.

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