PH Anonymous hacker group claims credit for defacing 14 China sites

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The list of hacked Chinese sites was shown at a blog site, whose owner said he could no longer ?stand? China’s bullying of the Philippines over the Spratlys and Scarborough Shoal.? Here is the list of the defaced websites: http://oa.qsgtj.gov.cn/ http://sys.qsgtj.gov.cn/ http://yt.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://wh.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://yj.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://tzs.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://sh.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://mc.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://ly.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://kfq.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://hp.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://hb.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://gz.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html http://cs.qsgtj.gov.cn/index.html When a user clicks on one of the links, a hacked site is shown with these words:

#OPChinaDown

We bow down to no enemy Hold your line, stand your ground One by one we’ll take you down You may continue bullying our country’s waters but we will not tolerate you from intimidating our own cyber shores. Those defacements are just a mere response to what you have initially started. We are not trying to start anything. We are just trying to tell you that we do not want to be bullied in our own cyberspace too.

We are Anonymous, We are legion, We don’t forgive, We don’t forget, United as one, Divided by NONE, Expect us.

The cyber war is intensifying despite the earlier pronouncement of the Philippine government that it is not condoning or encouraging the retaliatory attacks of local hacker groups against their Chinese counterparts.]]>

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