El Nuevo Herald reports that Anonymous Venezuela and Venezuelan Hackers hacked on Tuesday night a dozen Venezuelan government websites, including those for the stock market, the army, the air force and the National Guard, plus the websites of several universities, ministries, and states.
Along with the cyberattack, Venezuelan Hackers issued a video (in Spanish) demanding Nicolas Maduro’s resignation.
The speaker in the YouTube, using a computer-generated voice with the purest Castilian Spanish accent, stated that the cyberattack marked the hundredth day “of the electoral fraud” perpetrated on the Venezuelan people.
Venezuelan Hackers promised “this is not over”:
@NicolasMaduro esto no se ha terminado…
— Venezuelan Hackers (@VenezuelanH) July 24, 2013
They promise to continue the attacks until Maduro leaves office.