UST Museum Website Defaced By Chinese *Hackers*

The museum website of the University of Santo Thomas was -hacked- by a group of Chinese -hackers- on Monday, June 8, 2015. An attacker calling itself “China 1937CN Team” altered the site’s page portal with the message of the joint action by Vietnam and the Philippines in its maritime conflict with China in the West Philippine Sea/South China Sea. The message claimed that the South China Sea is China’s inherent territory and is inviolable.

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” F*CK VIETNAM PHILIPPINES JOINT ACTOIN [sic] “Op CHINA ACTION IS IGNORANCE VIETNAM THE PHILIPPINES, ONLY THE PHILIPPINES, JAPAN, RESTRICT CHINA’S PAWN MAN TO BE LOW KEY SOUTH CHINA SEA IS CHINA’S INHERENT TERRITORY CHINA’S TERRITORIAL INVIOLABLITY THIS IS A WARNING FROM CHINA 1937CN TEAM”

As of June 9, the UST museum website (http://ustmuseum.ust.edu.ph) has not yet been restored to normal. Although The Varsitarian, the university’s official student publication, reported the -hacking- incident via Twitter, it confirmed that UST officials have yet to issue a statement explaining the alleged -breached-.

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