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LulzSec Philippines Member Arrested for the COMELEC Hack

Softpedia News - ‎29.04.2016‎
Philippines police have arrested a second suspect in the massive COMELEC (Commission on Elections) hacking incident that exposed the details of over 55 million Filipino voters.

A Second Suspect Arrested in Connection with the Massive Comelec Breach

SPAMfighter News (press release) - ‎vor 21 Stunden‎
Philippines' law enforcement officials recently arrested another person suspected to have been involved in the hack as well as defacement of Comelec, the Commission of Elections of the nation which reportedly leaked 55m voter details.

Philippines election hacker suspect Paul Biteng: 'I don't want to be jailed'

International Business Times UK - ‎04.05.2016‎
The Comelec website, which held a database of containing millions of electoral records, was breached and defaced on 27 March by hackers purporting to be linked with the Anonymous hacking collective.

How Black Hats and White Hats Collaborate to Be Successful

Security Intelligence (blog) - ‎04.05.2016‎
Sabu had been an influential leader of hacking group LulzSec, directly involving himself in an estimated 250 malicious attacks on private and public entities and causing over $50 million in damages.

Second Suspect Arrested In Philippines Hack

TechWeekEurope UK - ‎02.05.2016‎
De Asis, a systems integrator at a semiconductor firm, has reportedly admitted he belongs to hacking group LulzSec Pilipinas and said he hacked the Commission on Elections (Comelec) site in order to highlight its insecurity ahead of upcoming elections.

Pro-ISIS Hacking Groups Growing, Unifying, But Still Unskilled

Dark Reading - ‎28.04.2016‎
However, as purported FBI emails/passwords are a staple of low-level hacker dumps, Flashpoint analysts cross-checked the data and found that the list was a duplicate of a LulzSec leak from 2012." The Flashpoint report goes on to explain that the ...

Anonymous PH declares ceasefire from hacking gov't sites

Manila Bulletin - ‎02.05.2016‎
De Asis earlier said that their group, LulzSec Philippines, had leaked the 340-gigabyte data online through a fake Facebook account.

Исследование Flashpoint: как устроена киберармия «Исламского государства»

Украина криминальная - ‎03.05.2016‎
Эти пароли были похищены ещё три года назад, и не «Исламской киберармией», а хакерами LulzSec. Никто из участников «киберхалифата» не совершил ничего, заслуживающего внимания. Специалисты Flashpoint дают их умениям ...

Conversations with the creators of We Have Your Data

Rappler - ‎22.04.2016‎
Although the site itself was restored later that same day, the real consequences of the hack wouldn't be felt until Lulzsec Pilipinas, another hacktivist group, claimed to have gained access to the actual database of voter information that Comelec has ...

Philippine Police Cuff Comelec Hack Suspect

Infosecurity Magazine - ‎25.04.2016‎
Then, three days later, a group going by the name 'LulzSec Pilipinas' stuck the data online. Comelec has sought to play down the seriousness of the incident, claiming the site that was hacked was not connected to the one used to display any electoral ...

'Leaked info can't be used to rig elections'

Philippine Star - ‎23.04.2016‎
Owners of the website,, said they used the database dump of the LulzSec Pilipinas containing information on 70 million voters.

The state of cybersecurity in the Philippines

Rappler - ‎26.04.2016‎
Only a day after the poll body's website was defaced, LulzSec Pilipinas got hold of Comelec data and made it publicly available.

Be afraid, be very afraid

The Standard - ‎25.04.2016‎
Hours later, more serious damage was done by a second group calling itself Lulzsec Pilipinas, posted an online link to what it claimed was the entire Comelec database that it had obtained through the website.

Part 1: Comelec leak – what I discovered

Rappler - ‎27.04.2016‎
Then I searched for people I knew. Most of them came out in a similar fashion. Except for a lot of outdated values, the information was generally accurate.

DOJ chief assures integrity of polls but mum on safety of voters - ‎25.04.2016‎
Acting Justice Secretary Emmanuel Caparas on Tuesday assured that the integrity of the May national elections will not be affected by the data breach from the Commission on Elections (Comelec) website but refused to comment on the safety of voters ...

Website leaking voters' data taken down - ‎22.04.2016‎
It was launched by a group of hackers called LulzSec Pilipinas. READ: Comelec apologizes to public as new website leaks voters' data.

Anonymous Hackers Leak 1TB of Documents from Kenya's Ministry of Foreign ...

Softpedia News - ‎28.04.2016‎
Other hacker groups that participated in the hacks include a group that uses the name LulzSec (not original group), which also hacked targets in Nigeria, Malawi, and Zimbabwe.

Banks warned vs identity theft 'Comeleak' website taken down

Philippine Star - ‎22.04.2016‎
According to the site page, the owners used the database dump of LulzSec Pilipinas containing information of around 70 million Philippine voters.

No prophet in one's own country?

Manila Bulletin - ‎26.04.2016‎
Hacking group LulzSec Pilipinas launched the featuring a search engine enabling users to search for their names in the leaked Comelec database hacked and stolen in March.

Malware, phishing, cybersecurity: terms you need to know

Rappler - ‎22.04.2016‎
On March 28, LulzSec Pilipinas released data stolen from the Commission on Elections (Comelec) website that includes the personal information of 55 million Filipino voters.