A website of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) was defaced anew Thursday, while it was undergoing "maintenance."
Visitors to the CBCP Episcopal Commission on Health Care as of Thursday morning were greeted with the message "DEATH_K1ng."
However, there was no indication of who was behind the apparent hacking as the rest of the page was blank (www.cbcphealthcare.org).
In past days, the site displayed a message indicating it was undergoing "maintenance."
The site was defaced on Nov. 27 last year, hours before a major pro-life Catholic group was to hold a vigil against the Reproductive Health (RH) bill.
At the time, the site's home page featured the image of a man with his back turned to the viewer.
"HackEd BY LordDem0n EgYpT!0n - H4Ck3r ... Your Security Can Not Face Us !!!" read the message on the defaced website.
The defacement was removed as of noon, although the site continues to remain under maintenance. — TJD, GMA News
Source: GMA News
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