Hermann pirates? Invasion of the Anvisa website for sharing samples of the Argentine flag

The website of Anvisa (the national health watchdog) was attacked by hackers on Wednesday, the eighth, and the attackers’ work, at least, was very direct: instead of the space allotted to issue a traveler health statement (DSV.), fHello I put a picture of the flag of Argentina Here is the phrase:

We are not forty (sic) to roam around their servers.

Will we be fired, too?

In the image, you can see some usernames of the perpetrators of the invasion. Once the exchange was discovered, the agency’s digital security team took action and the situation returned to normal. The hackers were not identified, but it appeared three days after Anvisa suspended the Brazil-Argentina match,Valid for the sixth round of qualifying for the World Cup Qatar.

The match was suspended due to fraud specifically in the DSV of four Argentine players. An Anvisa employee invaded the stadium to take away players who had stolen documents.

Emiliano Martinez, Emiliano Buendia, Giovanni Lo Celso and Christian Romero play for different clubs in the UK, so they have to undergo a 14-day quarantine in a hotel before they can move freely around Brazil – which has not happened.

a Suspicions at the moment are that the Argentine Football Association (AFA) has falsified the documents so they can play. However, the scheme was discovered by Anvisa, who, after a series of attempts to prevent athletes from going to the field, decided to stop the game when it was about to start.

And you, what do you think of this invasion? Let’s hope that it is and that other data is not at risk, at least with this attack.

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