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IT section of Manila Bulletin website defaced

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MANILA, Philippines—Hackers group “Anonymous” on Thursday defaced the Information Technology section (technews.com.ph) of Manila Bulletin’s website.

When a user visits the site, a pop up dialog box appears saying: “HI ADMIN TECH NEWS…NOT WRITABLE? LOL.” Then, once a user clicks the word “ok,” another dialogue box will appear greeting someone by the name “Mi ho hoi.”

After clicking “ok” again, another screen will appear giving a message about fake anonymous operating “for their  own individual purpose”

“Anonymous stands as one, yes, but being one means—having the same purpose and cause. That one purpose is to retaliate on an issue, for the greater good of humanity,” the group stated.








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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/ヤマト-キラ/738009927 ヤマト キラ

    Well, manila bulletin should be more responsible I guess when they write things.

    Someone must be offended by not so impartial reporting.

  • Johnny

    Upgrade budget and hire better IT professionals.

  • http://twitter.com/alfs_alfs Pons Corpuz

    Ang daming Kulang sa Pansin sa mundo…



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