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Hackers target Alodia’s fans via Facebook phishing

Fans of cosplayer and vlogger Alodia Gosiengfiao got targeted in a recent phishing scheme that harvests Facebook credentials. The hacker behind this attack got an idea after followers of Gosiengfiao started sharing their email addresses on her official Facebook Page. Alodia initially announced on … [Read More...]

SAPPHIRE NOW 2019: Celebrating Innovations with SAP

Held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida last May 7 to 9, SAPPHIRE NOW 2019, SAP's premiere customer event, gathered more than 22,000 attendees - from their customers to stakeholders and senior leaders, from SAP experts to partners. SAP announced in the event not only the … [Read More...]

Filipinos’ increasing sense of security

Life can really be tough but we can always counter it by being prepared. We may not be able to predict what lies ahead but if we start preparing today for all possible outcomes, we can make it to life. The Philippines' economy is booming. This has been validated by various respected … [Read More...]

UnionBank warns against smishing

Apparently, it's not just the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) who's currently being targeted with a smishing campaign. Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) is also facing the same threat to its growing digital bankers. In its recent email advisory, UnionBank warns its clients against … [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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Hackers compromise websites of Philippine Army, AFPSLAI

Screenshot of the defaced website of Philippine Army's recruitment page with a link to download a database at the bottom. Photo credits to Art Samaniego, Jr. Fresh from his recent attack to Cebu Pacific's GetGo, kangk0ng of Pinoy LulzSec defaced another website - the recruitment portal of

DILG-NCR’s CERT got hacked again

Just when you thought that the government is already taking online security seriously after the growing number of website defacement and data breach incidents recently, it seemed like they're still not ready to face these threats yet. In a report sent to us, a hacker managed to deface the website

Anonymous Sultan Kudarat defaces DepEd La Carlota

A website of the Department of Education (DepEd) gets compromised again. Anonymous Sultan Kudarat is back in the game by defacing the website of DepEd La Carlota City in Negros Occidental. The uploaded page just laughed at how the department secures its website. The compromised DepEd La

InFamouz: New breed of hacker compromises websites, deploys patches after

The latest hacking incidents affecting Philippine websites are slowly waking companies to the reality that they also need to invest in security. Setting up a website and offering online services do not just end there. Companies must ensure that these platforms are protected against people who may

Pinoy LulzSec hacks CebPac’s GetGo; warns large data breach

Cebu Pacific Air's rewards program GetGo was hacked earlier today by Pinoy LulzSec. In a statement released on their official Twitter account, the notorious hacking group warned that a "large data breach is coming". Led by kangk0ng, Pinoy LulzSec defaced the webapi subdomain of GetGo and hinted

Netizens raise data privacy alarm over NBI’s disposal policy

The scope of the Data Privacy Act of 2012 (RA 10173) is not only limited to any personal information being processed and/or stored in electronic platforms. It also covers physical files such as registration and application forms. While the Philippines is now starting to embrace data privacy thanks

‘High Intensity Hackers’ returns; defaces iHomes

A concerned citizen sent a message to Blogger Engineer regarding a website that got defaced today. According to the report, the hacker only meant to inform the administrator of the website regarding the security issues that they should consider addressing. The website of iHomes (ihomes[.]ph) was