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Hacked List of 91 Million Mexican Voters to Sell to Highest Bidder

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF A filtered list with personal data on 91 million Mexican registered voters hackled from the National Electoral Institute (INE) has been made public on the World Wide Web according to cybersecurity specialists. According to the daily newspaper Reforma, an unidentified internet user claims to have the complete database, updated through 2021, in his possession.

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Mexico’s Lottery Ignores Threats after Facing Cyberattack

By KELIN DILLON After the hacking of Mexico’s National Lottery (Lotenal) on Thursday, May 27, by the cybercriminal group Avaddon, the attackers have threatened to release sensitive information relating to the lottery’s workplace, particularly in the Sports Forecasts division, if Lotenal does not publicly acknowledge the online breach. The group gave Lotenal 10 days to pay the ransom for the

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Finnish Envoy Outstretches Hand to New Mexican Administration

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS    It’s renowned for its transparent finances and solid economic growth (an expected 2.9 percent for 2018, and a predicted 2.2 percent for 2019), recognized universally for it superb public education and gender equality (in 1906, it was the first country in the world to grant women the right to vote and stand as candidates in national elections),

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