Hacktivist ‘Anonymous Leyte’ Targets Philippines Gov’t Sites for ‘Incompetence’

A week ago we upgraded you how Anonymous Leyte ruptured into the authority site of Philippines’ Department of Trade & Industry (DTI), winding up with spilling login points of interest of 1900+ parts. Presently the same programmer has hacked and damaged a few Philippines government site for exceptionally same reason.

The Anonymous hacktivist left a ruin page alongside a message, censuring the administration part in misusing the Yolanda Typhoon’s easing operations directed by the National Government of the Philippines in Nov, 2013.

Leyte led the assault under the standard of Operation | Infosurge.

As per the damage message left by Anonymous:

It’s been a year since Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) struck our land, but we have never forgotten the suffering you have clone to us during our time of recovery. We might have moved on from the painful wrath of the disaster however, we will not forget the misery you’ve brought to us with your incompetence in responding to our needs. Expect Us!

The focused on government destinations have a place with Davao Regional Hospital, Southern Philippine Development Authority, National Industry Cluster Capacity Enhancement Project (NICCEP), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority and a few other government claimed sites.

A full see of damage page is accessible beneath:

Connections of focused on locales alongside their mirrors as a confirmation of hack is accessible here.

At the time of distributed this article, all focused on locales were still hacked with mutilate pages.

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