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Fran Gomez

This veteran of war in cyberspace, declares himself as a huge fan of comics, video games and science fiction.

Born in Mexico, he loves to tell stories through graphic art and new technologies.

For more than 4 years, he worked in collaboration with the Cyber Police of the Mexican Federal Government, monitoring and implementing security measures against cyberattack threats.

His experience in the cyber war field inspired him to write a graphic novel about hackers and conspiracies, but it was his time living in the beautiful city of Seville, Spain, were he found the inspiration to create the first feminist super heroine true empowered, during the #8M Feminist Protest.

The writer is like a passionate astronomer, searching for new worlds beyond this one, impossible to reach by distance, fleetingly captive in the reflection of his telescope. So, I like to see writing, like that vast and endless night, where the stories are like little stars, waiting to be found, waiting to be written.

-Fran Gomez, author of Hack Woman.

Fighting the War in Cyberspace #OpIndependencia


In 2011, a coalition formed by Anonymous Mexico and MexicanHackers with support from hacker groups from Latin America, Spain and the United States, attacked several websites of the Mexican government, including the governmental portal that he was in charge of it.

The cyberattack was reported in USA by Hacker News.

The cyber security team of the government, gathered inside the data center, a bunker with high biometric security controls, the web servers were sheltered behind the door of a large steel door, like that of the vaults of the banks.

The defense strategy that he helped to plan, was a resounding success, defeating the attack of the Anonymous‘s hacking coalition.

We caught the attackers in a mirror house, they never knew that the pages they were attacking were not really the core of the portal.” -Fran Gomez, webmaster of Edomex governmental portal.


“We are going to shake the government network and its pages.Anonymous México.


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