RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentine newspaper Infobae says that on Tuesday, May 4th, the hacker group Anonymous, known worldwide for cyberactivism and supporting the different mobilizations of citizens against governments worldwide, turned their focus on Colombia and released a list with emails and passwords of members of the National Army. Through the Anonymous Colombia Twitter account, they shared a list of 168 different accounts of members of the Armed Forces with their respective emails and passwords.
A few hours after this first attack, Anonymous claimed responsibility for the crash of the Senate of the Republic's website and also released . . .