Philippine-China Cyberwar

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  1. Kiyoshi

    Kiyoshi New Member

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    it's getting worse. after the stand off now cyberwar? even though both sides have talented hackers, it is clear that the chinese have the advantage because they have the resources and support from their government, I pray to God that this will stop because of the massive damage it may cause to both countries.


    UP website hacked by Chinese over Scarborough row?
    http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=799166&publicationSubCategoryId=63

    PH-China hacker wars may affect banks, telcos
    http://www.interaksyon.com/infotech/pinoy-hacktivist-group-retaliates-defaces-chinese-websites

    Filipino Hackers Defaces and Hacked some Chinese Websites
    http://www.interaksyon.com/infotech/pinoy-hacktivist-group-retaliates-defaces-chinese-websites

    Palace websites attacked by ‘Chinese networks'
    http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/nation/0...tacked by ‘Chinese networks' | ABS-CBN News
     
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  3. Kiyoshi

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    Malacanang under Chinese DDOS attack

    Malacañang on Monday afternoon said three of its official websites were attacked by hackers whose IP addresses are assigned to Chinese networks.

    In a press statement, the office of the Press Secretary said the websites of the Official Gazette, Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office (PCDSPO), and the Presidential Museum and Library were attacked.

    “At around 4 o’clock in the afternoon of April 23, 2012, the PCDSPO noticed a significant spike in traffic with malicious URL requests from forged user-agents being channeled to the Official Gazette website, to the PCDSPO website, and to the Presidential Museum and Library website, causing our servers to momentarily lag,” the OPS said.

    “We determined that this was a denial-of-service attack. Information gathered through our data analysis indicated that the attack originated from IP addresses assigned to Chinese networks,” it further said.

    The OPS said the PCDSPO is endeavoring to maintain its websites.

    “Please note that we can expect temporary disruption of service while the attack is ongoing,” it added.

    Palace websites hacked by suspected Chinese hackers | GMA News Online | The Go-To Site for Filipinos Everywhere
     
  4. Kiyoshi

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    Double post
     
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    I think the Chinese have heavily infiltrated the Philippine network. What happened to the National Broadbank Network Plan of the Philippines where the prime contractor was ZTE of China?
     
  7. LETHALFORCE

    LETHALFORCE Moderator Moderator

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    This should be a good lesson to other countries who are allowing
    Chinese telecom equipment to be used to be wary including India.
     
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    asianobserve Elite Member Elite Member

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    Australia lately said no to allowing China into its broadband network... BTW I think India should provide a competitive tech company to challenge Chinese ZTE and co.
     
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    LETHALFORCE Moderator Moderator

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    A while back India banned all Chinese telecom equipment makers,I hope
    They still kept the ban.
     
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    asianobserve Elite Member Elite Member

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    I think the Philippines have some of the most talented, albeit, notorious, hackers. I think the "I love you" virus was created in the Philippines. The Philippine government should prioritise the rounding up of Filipino talents to create a cyberwarfare command of some sort.
     
  11. Kiyoshi

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    sad to say It didn't push through due to alleged anomalies involved like corruption.
     
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    asianobserve Elite Member Elite Member

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    Good for you then!
     
  13. Kiyoshi

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    "I love you" virus was created Onel De guzman a student of AMA University, He may be a talented student but sad to say he used that talent in a wrong way.
    Agree, if only our government would listen but they don't. a STUPID GOVERNMENT if you ask me.
     
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    I hope our government will do the same, good thing our present administration is anti-china. the previous arroyo administration almost sold our whole country to the chicoms.
     
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    Pinoy hackers scale up attacks on China websites

    http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/-depth/04/24/12/pinoy-hackers-strike-back-china-websites

    In an operation dubbed "#OpChinaDown," Filipinos attacked the following websites:

    http://www.ocex.com.cn
    http://www.teawindow.com
    http://www.higvod.cn
    http://www.lzrk.gov.cn
    http://lppm.bigc.edu.cn/Pr1vX.htm
    http://xxb.leiyang.gov.cn/Pr1vX.htm
    http://en.founder.com.cn
    http://dxswl.cn
    http://www.cord.cn
    http://fmprc.gov.cn
    http://www.3322.net.cn
    http://wahsangtech.com/index.aspx


    looks like Philippine and Chinese government websites are now being defaced instead of normal ones.
     
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    quotes from Filipino hackers

     
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    warriorextreme Senior Member Senior Member

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    but to what extent?
    even the indian companies like i-Ball manufactures network equipments in china
     
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    Budget office website defaced by suspected Chinese hackers
    Budget office website defaced by suspected Chinese hackers | Infotech News: InterAksyon.com

     
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    Chinese hackers target more PH websites

    Chinese hackers target more PH websites | ABS-CBN News
     
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    Just a matter of time,..............When other countries govt realizes supporting Cyber Warfare!!
     

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