Several websites of Philippine local governments have been hacked by the so-called “Anonymous Malaysia” with the message:
Well, its time for us to PEACE and stop attacking each other. To end up this way, this is our last defacement and from now on none of us will step or touch ur (sic) country site and none of you are able to touch our country site. If u againsts (sic) this agreement, we wont accept any apology or excuses #wewillnotgodown.”
An armed conflict that has so far resulted in the deaths of at least a dozen philipinos and Malaysians has spilled over to a cyber war between Malaysian and philipines cyber army.
At least one Philippine website and several Malaysian websites were hacked into on Sunday, March 3, and defaced with messages sympathetic to either side of the armed conflict.
Just before 10 a.m., the online shop of Philippine mobile services provider Globe Telecom was defaced by hackers claiming to be from the "MALAYSIA Cyb3r 4rmy".
Anonymous Europe has published an global proxy list on PasteBin. These proxys can help Anonymous Europe and other people to traffel a bit more "Anonymously" via the internet. There are around 500 proxys in the list.
Be carefull and always think twice before you connect to an ip. If the server is logging logfiles they can trace you back if you don't use other services.
The Thai Bourse has become the latest victim in a wave of cyber-attacks directed against stock exchange's worldwide.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) has revealed that its Web site was hit by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on Monday.
The exchange says it has temporarily redirected access to the site from an alternative international network and that trading was not disrupted by the attack.