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Hacked PH Websites

Philippine websites are continuously being hacked by what seems to be Chinese supporters where they defaced the front page of the website with red and black cover with the Chinese flag and scripts.

The front page was defaced with an English sentence saying “The People’s Republic of China long live“.

The Colegio San Agustin (CSA) (http://csa.edu.ph) and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) (http://etesda.ieti.edu.ph) were the latest Philippine websites that were hacked as of this blogging.

Other websites that were hacked include:

I have a hunch more Philippine websites will follow, and our own Pinoy hackers would try to even the score by defacing Chinese websites too.

As one of the Tulfo brothers have said “Hindi pa tapos…antabayanan mo lang ang lintik na ganti ng….Idasal mo iho de P.I. ka, tumirik ka ng kandila mula ngayon, wag na wag magkrus ang landas natin P.I. ka !……

Bibili na kami ng matibay na firewall at Unified Threat Management solutions mula ngayon…

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About Ross Del Rosario

I specialized in the field of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). I'm also a public servant, a social media evangelist, and an entrepreneur. My personality is a mix of all genres, with a penchant for the absurd and graphically pleasing. I'm the IT professional who’s more into substance and creativity rather than structure and complexity, the gamer who takes a long time to finish a game because I often lose track of time admiring the eye-candy, and the sci-fi fanatic who who often ponders on the opportunity to experiment on people like lab animals minus the gross stuff like dissecting frogs (this last one is a joke).

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