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Venezuelan Ministry of Defense Website breached by LulzSec Peru

LulzSec Peru breached and defaced the site’s main page which displayed the group’s logo.

Midefensa.gob.ve website removed the defacement page, but the site is still down. Visitors are greeted with a message which informs them that the site is under maintenance.

Prior to this hack, LulzSec Peru also hacked and defaced the Argentinian Ministry of Defense and dumped staff list and classified documents to Anonpaste.me.  The documents where uploaded to Anonfiles.com, which can be viewed below:

https://anonfiles.com/file/2af17e13dad77255cf511dab6e37e4fc archivos.rar (18MB)  - War Submarines, Radars.
 FILE 2:
https://anonfiles.com/file/4d8bba80068a4660c98631efad566b12 archivos2.rar (55MB) - Classifieds Documents
 https://anonfiles.com/file/aa64bdd1b0a2014f4e92f439fc70193d fulldatabase.rar (55MB) - Database Dump > USERS, PASSWORDS, NAMES, SECRETS

Mirror of the defaced website: http://www.zone-h.org/mirror/id/18834768

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