San Beda University student portal down after apparent hack

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San Beda University student portal down after apparent hack
The defaced version of San Beda University's portal shows a warning to the school and an apparent 'Doomsday' timer

MANILA, Philippines – San Beda University’s portal for students and parents,, was hacked, Thursday, June 4. 

Users trying to access the page, Thursday morning, was met with a message that read: 

“Server Pawned. Greetings San Beda University! Do we have your attention now? We’re expecting from you. Don’t try to provoke us. This message may serve as a warning.” The defacement also includes a timer for  approximately 7 days from now pointing to “Doomsday.” 

WARNING. San Beda University receives an ominous warning. Image from screenshot of sent to Rappler.

The screenshots were sent by individuals to Rappler, who confirmed seeing the hacker’s message on the defaced site when they tried to access it. Some users also posted screenshots on Twitter. 

As of early afternoon, the portal is down and inaccessible. 

The portal is used by students to log in to their student account to check their grades. A source says the student site also contains personal details such as address and birth date.

There has been no official explanation from the university yet. –

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