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U.S. military personnel in El Salvador and Mexico to be relieved of duty after cyberattack on those countries

The United States is considering whether to replace military personnel stationed at its embassy in El Salvador for security reasons after it was revealed that the cybercriminal group Guacamaya Leaks breached the security of the Salvadoran Defense Ministry.

Speaking to La Prensa Gráfica in El Salvador, the acting undersecretary of the Office of Western Hemisphere Affairs (WHA), Ricardo Zúñiga, said the United States would change its communications with the Salvadoran government if the hacking of emails at the Armed Forces of El Salvador (FAES) directly compromised its personnel.

On October 1, Guacamaya reportedly extracted up to six terabytes . . .

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