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Thousands of Important Accounts at Risk After FEU Website Was Attacked by Hackers

Far Eastern University (FEU) website was attacked by hackers, 6 days after PLDT’s Twitter was also hacked by anonymous hacker’s group.

FEU’s database was compromised after its website was hacked. The hacker’s alleged manipulated some important accounts including SSS, PAGIBIG and TIN by faculty, students and even their parents.

FEU Website Attacked by Hackers
Image Source: FEU Website

According to the report of TNT Abante, over 300,000 student accounts and over 6 thousand faculty accounts have been hacked. Some accounts are said to have money because of the funds they use in school.

Previously, the Twitter account was hacked by the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) customer service, Thursday, May 28, 2020. The hacker renamed the account “PLDT_Cares” and made it “PLDT Doesn’t Care.”

The hacker even tweeted the account to send a message to the company.

“As the pandemic arises, Filipinos need fast internet to communicate with their loved ones. Do your job. The corrupt fear us, the honest support us, the heroic joins us. We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us,” tweeted by the hacked account.

Image captured from Twitter

There is another separate tweet where the Globe’s Twitter account is tagged. Fortunately, the Twitter account was immediately recovered. PLDT assured the public that the “security issue” was limited to the said Twitter account and that its network and services were unaffected.

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