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More Philippine National Police websites deface by hackers

DomainHosting.ph Hacked and Defaced by Khalifax

The defacement is still connected to the incident where, 5 supporters of the anonymous collective who joined the march last Monday was held by police officers in Quezon City police ...

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DomainHosting.ph Hacked and Defaced by Khalifax

DomainHosting.ph Hacked and Defaced by Khalifax

A Philippine based web service offering hosting and domain services(domainhosting.ph) has been hacked and defaced by a local hacker claiming to be a white hat,”khalifax.” The site which was hacked ...

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Penshoppe website compromised, home redirects to deface page

Aliw broadcasting corporation along with its FM websites hacked

Update: The official website of penshoppe now redirects to our website   sets an iframe of  www.pinoyhacknews.com, as official statement, we are not responsible of the attack/redirection happening in the website. Popular ...

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Aliw broadcasting corporation, DWIZ AM, along with its FM websites hacked by khalifax

Aliw broadcasting corporation along with its FM websites hacked

There are 11 websites including the aliw corporation home page has been hacked  by khalifax. 9 FM websites and considered one of the top stations of the AM band in ...

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Innovation Laboratory of PLDT website, vulnerable to SQL injection

Innovation Laboratory of PLDT website, vulnerable to SQL injection

PLDT innovation laboratory website dedicated to test new products and services that also serves as a facility for technical skills training is vulnerable to SQL injection (sequel). In a message ...

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Colegio San Agustin Makati infiltrated by phantom hackers PH

Colegio San Agustin Makati infiltrated by phantom hackers PH

The private co-educational Catholic School in Makati, Colegio San Agustin website(csa.edu.ph) has been infiltrated by web penetrators “phantom hackers PH.” Specifically, it was “Khalifax” – (kh4lifax) who claimed the attack ...

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