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‘Tech editor’ in hot water as NBI set to file case for hackings

Arturo Samaniego Jr., who used to hold the title as technology editor of the Manila Bulletin but is now the paper’s “senior technology officer”, is set be charged by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) for orchestrating a series of hackings against government and privately-owned websites.

Pinoy group claims responsibility for hacking of PCG Facebook page

Local hacking group HulkSec Philippines has implied that it is responsible for the ongoing hack of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) Facebook page.

China denies involvement in hacking of PH gov’t websites

China has denied allegations that Chinese hackers attempted to breach the email systems and internal websites of key government agencies in the Philippines.

Hacker claiming to be behind PSA, PNP, DOST data breaches speaks, asks for forgiveness

Just before midnight on Sunday, Oct. 14, an individual with the handle DiabloX entered an ongoing (Twitter) Space that was discussing the recent hackings on Philippine government agencies and spoke to listeners. According to him, it was alright that his words be recorded as it was his last “play” at cyber.

Senate fends off hacking attempt on website but HOR not as successful

The hacking incidents have pushed Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano to state that the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) urgently needs confidential funds to upgrade the government's protection from cyberattacks.

Congress website back online as DICT probes ‘person of interest’

The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) said on Monday, Oct. 16, that the website of the House of Representatives (HOR) is back online even as the agency is investigating a “person of interest” who may have perpetuated the hacking incident.

‘Tech expert’ lambasted after claiming YouTube curtailed Quiboloy’s freedom of speech

Purported “tech expert” and Manila Bulletin section editor Art Samaniego was the subject of criticisms from local netizens this week after claiming in an online interview that the right to free speech of controversial pastor Apolonio Quiboloy was violated when YouTube terminated the channels of entities owned by or affiliated with him.

Solon files House resolution seeking probe on GCash attempted ‘hacking’

Bagong Henerasyon party-list representative Bernadette Herrera said a legislative investigation is necessary because the statements issued by GCash following the incident are “inconsistent”.

DOH Twitter account still promoting crypto after claims of ‘full control’

Despite claims of having full control over its official Twitter account, the Department of Health (DOH) still has a tweet up promoting the cryptocurrency Ethereum.

Hackers now targeting employees to infiltrate networks, PLDT warns

PLDT, quoting a report by Romanian cybersecurity technology company Bitdefender, said hackers will go after employees 99% of the time by employing social engineering to coax their victims into revealing their personal information.
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