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Pinoy Lulzsec hacks Wendy’s Philippines, dumps customer database online

The local hacking group, Pinoy Lulzsec, is at it again. Fresh from defacing a couple of websites yesterday, the group compromised one of the popular fast food chains in the country and dumped their data online for public consumption. Data of customers who availed of the delivery service of … [Read More...]

Uninstall QuickTime for Windows says Trend Micro

  An urgent call to all Windows users who still have QuickTime installed on their computers. Global security firm Trend Micro reported recently that Apple's QuickTime for Windows is open for vulnerability exploits now that Apple is no longer providing security updates for the said … [Read More...]

New Year, New Car!

*Sponsored Post* It’s 2018 and like everything that comes with the new year, we have a tendency to replace our old items and habits with new ones. We’re basically into those New Year Resolutions hype these days. For car enthusiasts, they’re probably still scouting for the best deal that they could … [Read More...]

GrabRewards rolls out in PH

Grab, the popular ride-sharing app in the country, is rewarding its loyal riders by rolling out its rewards program today. Named GrabRewards, the program allows riders to earn points for every GrabTaxi, GrabCar and GrabShare ride they take. The generated points can then be redeemed for free … [Read More...]

The Basics of Using a Multimeter

One of the most useful tools in electronics is a multimeter, which is also sometimes called a multitester or VOM (volt-ohm-milliammeter). You’ve probably seen one at home in your dad’s toolbox, or perhaps when an electrician comes by to repair a broken circuit. A multimeter can be used to diagnose a … [Read More...]

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Pinoy Lulzsec hacks Wendy’s Philippines, dumps customer database online

The local hacking group, Pinoy Lulzsec, is at it again. Fresh from defacing a couple of websites yesterday, the group compromised one of the popular fast food chains in the country and dumped their data online for public consumption. Data of customers who availed of the delivery service of

Pinoy Lulzsec hacks 2 LGUs, 1 state university websites

After headlining early this month for hacking multiple Philippine-based websites, Pinoy Lulzsec is back once again after compromising two more local government sites (LGUs) and another from a state university. The official website of the municipality of Camiling, Tarlac

Compromised Cebu jobs site hosts BPI phishing pages

A Cebu-based jobs site has been found hosting BPI phishing pages - one for the mail campaign sent last March 30th and the other that was just sent yesterday. Administrators of the site CebuJobs.ph had taken down the first page but the culprits behind this variant of BPI phishing attacks managed to

Simple phishing technique still lures multiple Yahoo users

Yahoo has long been tagged as insecure after reports of massive data breach in the company. In the Philippines, a lot of Filipinos still use their email service. This is evident in the recent phishing campaign that targetted Yahoo Mail users wherein most of the compromised accounts belong to

Cybercriminals target BDO, BPI clients via phishing

After BPI, its rival bank BDO is now being dragged into another possible series of phishing attacks. BDO's phishing mail carrying the subject "Account Login Verification!" urges recipients to verify their online account to avoid system interruptions. Since these hackers have been using this old

Pinoy LulzSec hacks multiple PH websites for April Lulz 2018

Local hacking group Pinoy LulzSec hacked multiple Philippine-based websites as part of their annual April Lulz tradition. Apart from website defacement, the group claimed that they will be posting "social media account leaks". Among those that the group compromised this year are government-managed

BPI phishing attack continues with new variant

A week after we have spotted the resurface of BPI phishing emails, a new variant came next with the subject "Automated System Verification [ BPI ]". The culprits used the same mail template but with a slightly different content. The newer variant asks recipients to verify their personal account