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Anonymous Philippine Group is taking over some government sites

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by deesonarnibal, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. deesonarnibal

    deesonarnibal Newbie

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    After Anonymous Philippines Group took over some government sites, Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 get viral on Forbes:
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    marina.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]omb.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]cityofsanfernando.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]tourism.cityofsanfernando.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]cityofsanfernando.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]osist.dost.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]pnri.dost.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]hosist.dost.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]hdilg.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]ipophil.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]mtc.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]papt.org.ph[/B]
    [B]smokefree.doh.gov.ph[/B]
    [B]batangas.gov.ph[/B]
    Read more from this newspaper article:
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    mb.com.ph/articles/375558/cybercrime-act-to-be-implemented-doj
    Forbes Top Viewed Article:
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    forbes.com/sites/insertcoin/2012/10/02/the-philippines-passes-the-cybercrime-prevention-act-that-makes-sopa-look-reasonable/
     
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  2. miedy

    miedy Senior Member

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    that's good that's good.. i wonder if they could hack the malacaƱang website president/dot/gov/dot/ph... damn law makers! why waste time on cyberlaw, there are more important things to do! they must kill their corruption on our fcked up government first before making this waste of time.
     
  3. dubious

    dubious Regular Member

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    I just got from the Philippines and they didn't mention that law (the news stories were about new mobile phone quality standards and Saudi Arabia allowing for workers). Then again, I didn't watch that much tv, spent too much time in the pool :)

    I think it's interesting that they are standing for their right, but if they had access to hack government websites, why don't they make a killing selling .gov backlinks?
     
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    Maybe because the sites (with the links) will be taken down quite fast anyways, nobody would pay for that kind of links.
     
  5. deesonarnibal

    deesonarnibal Newbie

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    Latest News from the Philippines:

    Philippines' Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 (R.A. No. 10175) takes effect today, October 3, 2012. This bill caused huge turmoil in Philippine business community online. Read more from these articles:
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    forbes.com/sites/insertcoin/2012/10/02/the-philippines-passes-the-cybercrime-prevention-act-that-makes-sopa-look-reasonable/
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