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PH NCERT opens registration for “Hack for Gov: CERT-PH Cyber Challenge 2019”

In a Facebook post, the National Computer and Emergency Response Team (NCERT) of the Philippines officially announced the registration for interested participants in the upcoming capture-the-flag (CTF) competition. Dubbed as "Hack for Gov: CERT-PH Cyber Challenge 2019", the cyber challenge invites … [Read More...]

The Danger of Using Pitu

Over the past couple of days, you might have seen several of your friends posting their creative shots from the mobile app called Pitu. It's entertaining to see how one can be transformed into a certain character instantly by just uploading a photo. No need to learn the technicalities of Adobe … [Read More...]

Boost Customer Service Inside Your Dry Cleaning Business

When you have a dry cleaning business, it’s important to put customer service first. This way, your customers will know that you are taking care of all of their needs. Additionally, they are more likely to come back to you again and again. By implementing a dry cleaning POS system, you can boost … [Read More...]

X-m3n hacks Cherry Mobile

X-m3n of the local hacking group Pinoy Lulzsec is back to his usual habit of defacing websites just for fun. His latest subject, the local mobile brand Cherry Mobile. Known for its cheap and affordable mobile units, Cherry Mobile instantly became the go-to brand of Filipinos who would want to own … [Read More...]

Making Sure You Have The Right Equipment For Emissions Monitoring Is Essential

When monitoring for emissions is a part of your daily routine, having the right equipment on hand is vital. This not only means having equipment designed to test for specific types of emissions but also having instruments with desirable features. While some features may seem like luxuries, others … [Read More...]

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PH NCERT opens registration for “Hack for Gov: CERT-PH Cyber Challenge 2019”

In a Facebook post, the National Computer and Emergency Response Team (NCERT) of the Philippines officially announced the registration for interested participants in the upcoming capture-the-flag (CTF) competition. Dubbed as "Hack for Gov: CERT-PH Cyber Challenge 2019", the cyber challenge invites

Boost Customer Service Inside Your Dry Cleaning Business

When you have a dry cleaning business, it’s important to put customer service first. This way, your customers will know that you are taking care of all of their needs. Additionally, they are more likely to come back to you again and again. By implementing a dry cleaning POS system, you can boost

Gr3ySh4DoW hacks Bislig City’s website

Gr3ySh4DoW is back in the news as he defaced another government website. After the attack that he did to Occidental Mindoro's provincial council website, the hacker went on to another domain under a local government unit down south - Bislig City in Surigao Del Sur. The domain, bislig.net, does

‘Sanji & Jed’ compromises PNP websites

Fresh from their ABS-CBN stint yesterday, Sanji & Jed of the hacking group Philippines CyberSec Community attacked the websites of the Philippine National Police (PNP). In a report to sent to us today, the website of the Philippine National Police Foundation, Inc. (PNPFI) has been defaced.

ABS-CBN’s NoInk toyed by Philippines CyberSec Community

NoInk, ABS-CBN Publishing's digital platform where they gather "passionate Filipino readers, writers, and content creators" in one community, was reportedly toyed by a local hacking group called Philippines CyberSec Community. The group is seemed to be claiming that the ABS-CBN subdomain has been

Staying Safe While On The Job

There is the opportunity for joy to be had and a sense of a job well done to accomplish every day while at work. Unfortunately, there is also the opportunity to get hurt. Most jobs come with some level of hazard. It could be something as small as carpal tunnel syndrome or something major like the

Hackers deface CLSU, UPHSL websites

Hackers never run out of reasons in toying with websites of various schools and universities. The latest to be compromised are those of Central Luzon State University (CLSU) and University of Perpetual Help System JONELTA also known as University of Perpetual Help System Laguna (UPHSL). Anonymous