Filipino hackers declare war on China attacking more than 200 Chinese websites, 20 May 2014

A group of Filipino 'hackivists' defaced websites of up to 200 Chinese government and commercial entities as the maritime dispute between the Asian neighbours heightened over disputed islands, Manila news sites reported on Tuesday.
Members of the hackers group Anonymous Philippines late on Monday claimed responsibility for crippling attack on a huge number of Chinese government and commercial Web sites to protest Beijing’s actions in South China Sea, which the group called the "West Philippine Sea".
Many of the crippled websites remained down on Tuesday, with some sites initially displaying "Kismet is back" pop-up message before the defaced site appears. Full story

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