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List of PH websites defaced by hacktivists










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  • TON_SING_WAH

    unless the domain host provider dont have the security then it will happen..lol..and where can you found this services..??lol..ie..hostgator?,namecheap,…check for secured.server..

  • muddygoose

    Hacktivists or the Chinese government?

  • Francis81

    Paki hack ng YM account ni Pweenoy at paki post ng mga sex chats niya!

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/YOALVGLXR2C3QDJRJEZBALBLDU jake

      Hahah. 
      Ayos to.

  • bozzone

    napakaGaling naman.. pagGanito tao tatakbo senator you have a vote from me. (‘o’)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Klein-Mo/1764894963 Klein Mo

    Ano yang IDEA? Anyone? Upon checking it’s a small research outfit in UP. Tama ba?

  • http://alasfilipinas.blogspot.com/ Pepe Alas

    Next victim: THIS website, bwahahaha!!!

  • KurakotNaPinoy

    Bopols ang IT department ng mga agencies sa itaas. Di marunong mag secure ng websites nila.

    Malamang XSS ang dumale sa websites nila.

  • http://twitter.com/Borogol Borogol

    kasalanan lahat to ng nagsabing biktima sya ng cyber bullying… at, san ba nag root? sa pangongopya…

  • MrRead

    Who else would have done that except for the f—–g Chinese?



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