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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 … [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...]

3 Tips for Hiring Machinery Movers

If you're relocating your business, you might need the help of machinery movers to get all of your equipment to your new destination. But what if you've never hired these types of professionals before? What kind of criteria should you use when sifting through your options and trying to decide the … [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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IT recruitment company hacked; applicants’ details uploaded online

Looks like the National Privacy Commission (NPC) has a lot of work to do. Another company's website has just been compromised with its database being uploaded online. According to the profile of the breached company, Team Workx "is one of the leading players in the IT Industry providing staff,

Pinoy LulzSec defaces DepEd Angeles City website on Election Day

In possibly the first online hacking incident relating to the on-going Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections, Filipino blackhat group Pinoy LulzSec aired their message to the public by defacing yet another website of the Department of Education (DepEd), this time in Angeles City,

DepEd Marikina website gets compromised again

The Department of Education Marikina website was hacked yesterday by a hacker who goes by the alias Nero. The website has been defaced and is still up as of this writing. From the content of the defaced website, Nero is seemed to be concerned about the security measures in place on the website.

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