Photo that visitors of the hacked website will see from http://mgbr3.ph/ screenshot by manila channel
Photo that visitors of the hacked website will see from http://mgbr3.ph/ screenshot by manila channel

MANILA, Philippines – Malaysian unknown hackers have made its way to Philippine websites as their sign of patriotism to their country, Malaysia.

Showing support to their government, some concerned citizens from Malaysia have hacked Philippine government websites.

When you open the hacked website you will see this message:
“Take Some Action about Your Dogs in Our Country
Bring Your Ship and Take Back Your Dogs, Stop Killing Malaysian Army & Police
Otherwise, We Will Attack Philippine Goverments Website
No Time To Make Some Joke, Terrorist are Terrorist.. Nothings Changed!”

You will hear a Malaysian song in the background and see a picture of their coat of arms at the top of the text.

At this time, Malaysian hacker(s) are still unidentified.

The Philippine websites that contained the text and photo are as follows:
• http://www.moalboal.gov.ph/index.php
• http://sanfernando.gov.ph/
• http://pspg.pnp.gov.ph/
• http://chd1.doh.gov.ph/
• http://atcollege.edu.ph/
• http://adhdsociety.com/
• http://fiberwerx.com.ph/
• http://poracayresort.com.ph/
• http://pimsatcolleges.edu.ph/
• http://stcamilluscalbayog.com/
• http://www.ruemango.com/
• http://www.bankofphilippine.com/
• http://www.1pesohosting.com/
• http://cspc.edu.ph/index.php
• http://gsc.edu.ph/
• http://www.phap.org.ph/
• http://www.prosperidad.gov.ph/forums/what-to-do-in-prosperidad/hacked-by-seth-erry/34#p34
• http://myinsurance.ph/
• http://www.westbaycollege.edu.ph/
• http://mgb7.cvis.net.ph/mgb/
• http://www.resurrectionparish.com.ph/rolpv2/
• http://www.resurrectionparish.com.ph/veritas/
• http://www.rctv.com.ph/index.php
• http://mgbr3.ph/
• http://beta.mgbr3.ph/
• http://www.gksoft.com/govt/en/ph.html
• http://shop.globe.com.ph/
• http://shop.globe.com.ph/
• http://depedmandaue.cvis.net.ph/
• http://www.musicmuseum.com.ph//images/
• http://www.valuecare.com.ph/
• http://mrmsscis.slu.edu.ph/
• http://www.phikappaphi.up.edu.ph/
• http://www.valuecare.com.ph/
• http://bjmp-ro1.ph/
• http://www.philippinehomefinder.com/
• http://sub.bjmp-ro1.ph/
• http://t3st.bjmp-ro1.ph/
• http://fiberwerx.com.ph/
• http://poracayresort.com.ph/
• http://bongabong.gov.ph/
• http://sanfernando.gov.ph/
• http://pspg.pnp.gov.ph/
• http://atcollege.edu.ph/
• http://cspc.edu.ph/index.php
• http://gsc.edu.ph/
• http://system.deltavir.com.ph/id.php?id=19210
• http://lgmo.uplb.edu.ph/images/dotmy.png
• http://aco.com.ph/
• http://careeravenue.com.ph/
• http://firstglobal.com.ph/
• http://gfis.edu.ph/
• http://gruppoarmani.com.ph/
• http://opinyon.com.ph/
• http://ssct.edu.ph/
• http://bjmp-ro1.ph/
• http://sub.bjmp-ro1.ph/
• http://t3st.bjmp-ro1.ph/
• http://www.prologuecomputers.com.ph/images/
• http://mgbr3.ph/
• http://beta.mgbr3.ph/
• http://www.westbaycollege.edu.ph/
• http://www.7-eleven.com.ph/files/
• http://www.jenerick.com.ph/
• http://farland.ph/
• http://unitedpolyresins.com.ph/admin/
• http://www.ozem.com.ph/flash/
• http://www.kma.ph/files/
• http://bblmanpowerph.com/cak.html
• http://adhdsociety.com/
• http://stcamilluscalbayog.com/
• http://www.ruemango.com/
• http://www.1pesohosting.com/
• http://chd1.doh.gov.ph/
• http://www.phap.org.ph/
• http://mgb7.cvis.net.ph/mgb/
• http://www.resurrectionparish.com.ph/rolpv2/
• http://www.rctv.com.ph/index.php
• http://depedmandaue.cvis.net.ph/
• http://www.musicmuseum.com.ph//images/
• http://www.valuecare.com.ph/
• http://mrmsscis.slu.edu.ph/
• http://www.phikappaphi.up.edu.ph/
• http://www.valuecare.com.ph/

As promised by the text on the websites they have hacked most of the websites are our government agencies’ websites.

Although some IT experts, are afraid of retaliation from Filipino hackers or Anonymous Philippines to Malaysian Government Websites.

However, a message from hacktivist Anonymous; pastebin also called for hackers of both countries to stop. Read Anonymous message: http://pastebin.com/5FXc93Sw

Greetings Malaysia and the Philippines!

It has come to our attention that over the dispute of territorial claims between the Malaysian Government and Sultan Kiram of the Philippines, that our brothers from both countries are feuding over this matter. It seems that it was all on the attention of the Anonymous Malaysia’s video post that is provoking the Philippine citizens of a cyber-war against the Philippine Government.

We perfectly understand that this is a territorial dispute and both countries are in a test of defending each other’s sovereignity against the other.

As far as we are concerned, Anonymous has nowhere to side yet over this concern. For we still lack information about the nature of the claim. So we are asking from the Philippines, if our brothers have copies of documented basis on the claims by the respected Sultan. We also ask our brothers from Malaysia do produce similar information as well.

In this manner, we can study the historical nature of this dispute and we would be able to determine the strength of the claim, and if tyranny is clouding this matter so we can take a united action as needed. If either both governments tries to hide information that are vital to peaceful resolution, and seeks to bend information to gain leverage over the other, then that would be the perfect time that we will need to step in, extract all information we can get and leak the truth out in the open for both countries to see, and for the whole world to see. Read more http://pastebin.com/5FXc93Sw

Philippine Hacker Message to Malaysian Hacker:

Stop Hacking Our Cyber Space! Or Else We Will Attack Your Cyber World!

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The website of Stamford College in Malaysia was also hacked with its front page replaced by a note that said: “The time has come to reclaim what is truly ours”.