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PNP-CIDG gets compromised; site filled with multiple malicious links

The official website of the Philippine National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) got compromised with hackers filling it with multiple embedded malicious links. In what appears to be an attack exploiting the outdated platform that the agency's website is using, the … [Read More...]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...]

Catalyst Property Management

The reactor industry can be considered the delicate flower in the manufacturing world. Not for what it creates. Rather, for the way catalysts and the resulting chemicals are handled. If not dealt with by capable and gentle hands, use and disposal of materials can cause devastating results to … [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...]

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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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

BPI phishing mails resurface

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) is once again the subject of the recent phishing campaign sent last weekend. Carrying the subject "Account Security Alert Notification", the concerned email is forcing recipients to update their account information by clicking a specified link. The malicious

BloodSecurity International hacks GMA Network’s subdomain

A subdomain of GMA Network website has just been hacked by BloodSecurity International. The page now displays a short but strong message from the hacking group who seemed not pleased with the network's news arm. Carrying the line "Irresponsableng Pamamahayag.." and a logo of BloodSecurity

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

New Apple phishing mail utilizes blogspot domain

The newest wave of Apple phishing emails now comes with blogspot domains to avoid being blocked by antispam and web filtering signatures. Blogspot.com is the domain primarily used by Blogger to accommodate users who would like to have their platform online. The service is free and is often tagged

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

Spicy Noodle Challenge Casualty Facebook Spam

You and your friends may have tried to do the viral spicy noodle challenge. You may have been dared by someone to record yourself while eating the spicy Korean noodles and have it posted on your Facebook account. The trend just keeps on as you tag your own circle of friends to do the same. For some,