GMA-7 Co-op website hacked
MANILA, Philippines – The hacktivist group Blood Security International has struck again this time breaching the website of the GMA-7 employees’ multipurpose cooperative Wednesday morning.
The hackers defaced the “Vision/Mission” page of the website posting their logo and message saying: “Greetings GMA! It Seems A Certain Failure Of Security Has Occurred To Your Site Thus Leading To Sudden Access To Your System.”
“Don’t Worry No Files Deleted During The Process. We Just Want To Remind You That Even A Paid Hosting Won’t Make Your Site Secure. Please Patch Your Security,” it said.
The page of the website showed it was updated on December 2, 2014, 23:57 indicating what could have been the time the site was hacked and the content changed.
The hacktivist group has previously hacked the website of Globe Telecommunications protesting its slow internet connection service.
Globe issued a statement following the hacking that no customer data was compromised in the breach of security.
The group has also targeted several Chinese websites over China’s continued poaching and reclamation activities at the disputed South China Sea.
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