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Pagasa website hacked



MANILA, Philippines—The official website of the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration has been hacked.

Its defaced homepage showed the message:

“Hacked by Net user !

“Just fun a fun !!

“Team :X-fuck!

“E-mail:794399786@qq.com!”

In an advisory on Twitter, Pagasa later said that its website “is under maintenance.”

The state weather bureau can be temporarily accessed at http://www.kidlat.dost.gov.ph, it said








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  • cooldoods

    wow, you let the F-word slip. the Chinese are probably ROFL at this article.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002419383591 Alexander de Leche

    nagdrop kami ng Logic Bomb sa mga hayup na yan, hindi nabalita sa news hahaha 

    • Russell Ariola

       Pakiulet pare para matauhan sila. Salamat at mabuhay kayo!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NTD5NB75GZFZ2F4NZNMIBNYBQQ Diesel

    tang ina nyo mga intsik…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_YAYZCQ4KSBQRKR2LLGX5XRMXFI pepe

    NEXT is PDI..

  • redkinoko

    Wow Inquirer. This is such a classy article. 



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