Okay, picture this out.
I was at the rooftop, right outside my room tinkering in front of my laptop when all of a sudden, something popped up at the back of my head – “to archive hacked sites and post it here”.
So here comes my Google friend and I searched around the web for interesting news.
Lo and Behold! There’s a growing trend involving Philippine government sites being hacked and prone to cyber vandalism.
Join me as I archive this news from around the world.
Where should I start? If you have leads email me at ec[at]rootcon[dot]org.
[Updated May 22, 2011 @ 1:04AM]
Right after I published this blog "Hackers: Coming Soon to a Website near You", I received an email informing me to check and search on .ph (Philippines) domains aside from .gov.ph and whoa!
It's not only Philippine government sites being hacked here but also corporate and other personal blog sites.
Statistics shows that there will be more attacks to come. You should be ready to defend yourself. I’m not saying that you should just sit there and think.
So what's the point here? Well it's pretty obvious. This is a scary stuff. Now, it will happen to anybody.
Please comment on this topic at our ROOTCON forum. We all learn from each other when your views and opinions are shared.
[Updated May 22, 2011 @ 2:52AM]
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