Kelvin Security has revealed on Twitter the leak of 13 gigabytes of personal data from militants and sympathizers of the National Regeneration Party (MORENA) in Mexico. The information has been put up for sale and includes details about the party’s financing, campaign expenses, and all personal information of party members and supporters.
The leak is being offered on a hacker forum and the files include information about party members, militants, campaign financing, and financial administrators. The leak includes files from 2016 to 2023 and has a size of 13.0 GB. It is estimated that the files contain information from 28,060 party members and 5,945 militants.
According to the tweet, the information reveals separate financial data, financial administrators, and civilian affiliates of the party. If the veracity of this information is confirmed, the secrets of how the party was created and its forms of financing will be known.
Kelvin Security is an agency specialized in evaluating security in a basic and deep approach, including moderate techniques capable of detecting chaotic vulnerabilities in the computer system.
This leak has caused great concern among party members and sympathizers, as well as the general population. Privacy and data security are increasingly relevant issues in the digital era, and this type of leak can have serious consequences for those involved.
It is important to note that the sale and purchase of personal data is illegal, and is considered a violation of people’s privacy. Additionally, information obtained in this way can be used for malicious purposes, such as identity theft or blackmail.