PHILSSA website hacked
MANILA, Philippines - The website of the Partnership of Philippine Support Service Agencies (PHILSSA) was hacked on Sunday, November 4, by "nobody" and for no apparent reason.
The web page was cloaked in black with the message "Hacked by Nob0dy" over a green skull and crossbones and the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to its Facebook page, PHILSSA is a network of social development NGOs that advocated for "inclusive, transformative and sustainable urbanization" for poor communities.
This is the latest ciberattack since the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) website was hacked on 'Undas' three days ago.
In late September, hackers also defaced several government websites to protest the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, which aims to penalize online libel. But other hackers attacked even privately owned websites like that of the news organization Vera Files.
Days later the Supreme Court temporarily stopped the implementation of the law. – Rappler.com