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12 Government Websites Hacked And Defaced by Anonymous Philippines by on Jan 14, 2013As if defacing Tito Sotto and the NFA website is not enough, Anonymous Philippines once again made their presence felt by defacing and hacking at least 12 Government sites including the site of Philippine National Police Training Service, Police Regi...



Anonymous Philippines defaces NFA website by on Jan 13, 2013The National Food Authority’s (NFA) website was defaced Monday, January 14, to campaign Anonymous Philippines’ position in the Philippine’s cybercrime law. This year, NFA is the second government website that was hacked in relation...



ClixSense works well with Trend Micro Web Reputation Service by on Dec 25, 2012ClixSense may be just another paid-to-click (PTC) program online. Others may even tagged it as a scam but for some, it is a legit money-making site. ClixSense works the same as other PTC sites. It pays you for every advertisement or sponsored website...



Sulit Founder RJ David explains the hacking of Sulit.com.ph and the problem with local Internet industry by on Dec 1, 2012Sulit.com.ph is now back online of course not without any casualty, remember a site as big as sulit.com.ph will lose a big chunk of revenue if the site went down even for just a few minutes. Earlier today, Sulit was defaced where the homepage display...



Sulit.com.ph defaced by Anonymous? by on Dec 1, 2012Sulit.com.ph (@sulit) is not accessible since earlier this afternoon due to another hacking incident. The site is still not accessible as of this writing. I learned the incident through a Facebook status posted by Tristan, an online friend on the sai...



Apple to remove Java with the latest Mac OSX update by on Oct 20, 2012If you just installed the latest update for your Mac OS X, don’t be surprise if Oracle’s java software is not included in the update, since Apple will no longer include Oracle’s Java software with teh said update is downloaded and i...



ZTE, Huawei’s alleged hardware hacking and illegal behavior threatens US security by on Oct 8, 2012Chinese technology firms ZTE and Huawei were locked out from its usual businesses in the United States after a Congressional investigation revealed that the two telecommunication company juggernauts allegedly posed security risks, violating national...



Suspicious Photo Notification, Another Facebook Scam by on Aug 28, 2012Yeah, we’ve been facing a lot of malicious Facebook spams and malwares these days. Just as then we thought that they’re gone through the social network’s security, here comes another one and in the disguise of an image notification. A new strai...



Laptop Safety for Every Travel Blogger by Doi Speaks on Aug 5, 2012When I started my backpacking trip, I made sure I brought my laptop with me. Since I’d be moving a lot, bringing a single backpack, which stored all my stuff, was the practical thing to do. It would be hassle-free on my part if I only had one backp...



Is Your Facebook Account Safe? Know Facebook’s Latest Security Measures by NoypiGeeks on Apr 30, 2012Due to the rapid increase of security risks being churned out within Facebook, the Facebook Security Team introduces Anti-virus Marketplace and some other ways to help the whole community deal with the vulnerabilities they are currently facing. A few...