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CAAP website defaced yet again

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines official website was defaced yet again this morning, this time by a what seems to be a coalition of PH based groups.

The hackers’ agenda, as shown on the website during the time it was defaced, is “urging the Philippine Congress, through Senators Dick Gordon, Migz Zubiri, and Manny Pacquiao as co-authors, to repeal RA 6639 and rename NAIA back to its original name (of) Manila International Airport (MIA).” 

Listed at the bottom of the page are the groups responsible for the hack, notably including AnonymousPH.

This is the second time the CAAP’s website has been defaced this year, the first being an attack that was of possible Chinese origin.

Joey graduated with a degree in Digital Filmmaking from the De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde last March 2017. A filmmaker by heart, he has since put aside cinema to focus on his other passion, technology. PCs, mechanical keyboards, audio, cameras, and gaming are among his biggest tech interests.

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5 Responses

  1. RCB says:

    hmmmm… i smell Marcos Loyalist..

    • Carlo Ople says:

      It’s hilarious that this wannabe “AnonymousPH” group supports an asshole dictator. Do they even know what the mask stands for? Pathetic losers.

  2. Freeje says:

    NAPIA – Noynoy Alias Panot International Airport

  3. Tyler says:

    There are waaaay more important things to worry about than an airport’s name…

  4. wat says:

    LOL, what a bunch of edgy losers

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