The US is contemplating whether or not to interchange navy personnel stationed at its embassy in El Salvador for safety causes after it was revealed that the cybercriminal group Guacamaya Leaks breached the safety of the Salvadoran Protection Ministry.
Chatting with La Prensa Gráfica in El Salvador, the performing undersecretary of the Workplace of Western Hemisphere Affairs (WHA), Ricardo Zúñiga, mentioned the US would change its communications with the Salvadoran authorities if the hacking of emails on the Armed Forces of El Salvador (FAES) straight compromised its personnel.
On October 1, Guacamaya reportedly extracted as much as six terabytes . . .