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Criminal Modus Operandi!

  • ^ Kung ganun, passports na lang or any government ID gamitin pag kukuha ng sim cards.
  • ayusin muna ng gov yung it securty nila bago gawin yung national id. yung sa comelec lang dami nakuha na info dun.
  • ^ Kung ganun, passports na lang or any government ID gamitin pag kukuha ng sim cards.

    ganito dito sa middle east, pag bibili ka ng sim kelangan mo i present passport or ID pag wala di ka pag bibilhan and kahit maliit na transaction mo gamit dc or cc makka receive ka agad ng text
  • Received a weird phishing spam today
    Ang iyong ymail.com spam detector May blacklist ng iyong mailbox account para sa posible

    Pagtanggal.
    Mga dahilan !!
    Nabigo ang iyong account sa aming Karaniwang pagsusuri ng spam check.
    Kailangan namin mong muling kumpirmahin ang iyong mga detalye sa amin kaagad, upang maaari naming alisin ang iyong
    Account mula sa aming Blacklist o iba pa namin ganap na shut down na mailbox.

    Pagbati.
    2017 ymail.com.

    from [email protected] complete with a St. Andrews College Disclaimer
  • ayusin muna ng gov yung it securty nila bago gawin yung national id. yung sa comelec lang dami nakuha na info dun.


    heto rin reason bakit di ako pabor eh... ni wala nga yatang napanagot dun sa Comelec issue na yun
  • @velc2009
    legit na legit yung email sir ah, walang kutob na phishing yun!haha
  • So what happened kung nakuha info mo dun sa Comelec hack? Na apekto ba life mo. Cards mo? Etc?!
  • So what happened kung nakuha info mo dun sa Comelec hack? Na apekto ba life mo. Cards mo? Etc?!
    i-post mo lahat ng info mo tsaka ka magtanong kung maaapektohan ba life mo.

    In extreme cases, the voters’ personal information could be used to commit identity theft. “With that kind of info, you can already open a [fake] bank account” or create a fake driver’s license, Jaspe warned.

    In the US and other countries, he added, datasets like these are even “sold” in underground markets.

    National Citizens’ Movement for Free Elections (Namfrel) Information Technology consultant Lito Averia said that some voters might even be “targeted” by individuals with criminal intent, using the data contained in this leak.

    “You might fall victim to a scam, for example, if the scammers know how they could get in touch with you. If you’re targeted, the criminal might know how to find or identify you,” said Averia.


    LulzSec Pilipinas released 16 databases that were allegedly retrieved from the Comelec website. All in all, there are 355 tables in these databases.

    When we checked what was posted online, here’s what we found, among others:

    The largest of these databases has the term “web” in its name. It’s identical to the filename specified by Anonymous Philippines in the video it posted regarding the hacking. It has a file size of more than 338 gigabytes (GB). This is roughly equivalent to over 3 million web-optimized photos, around 96,571 songs in MP3 format or 85 movies in DVD format. It is also over 600 times bigger than all the other databases combined.
    The “web” database has 103 tables, the names of which seem to refer to election-related data, like “candidates”, “partylist”, “elected” and “stats.” Some even contain election years and the type of polls (national and local elections, or barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections).
    Almost 80% of the “web” database is occupied by 8 versions of a table that carries the term “ERB”, which could stand for Election Registration Board. ERB hears all applications for registration by eligible voters.
    The final version of these tables contains 75.3 million rows of records about people, with 54.28 million rows not tagged as disapproved. This approximates the 54.36 million registered voters for the 2016 elections, as announced by the Comelec.
    Some personal data in the local voter registration tables – like voters’ names, birth dates, and Voter’s Identification Numbers (VIN) – are encrypted or converted into code, and therefore more difficult to decipher. The rest are not – such as the fields for residential address and birthplace.
    Records of registered overseas Filipino voters (OFV) seem to be in another set of 10 tables, taking up almost 10 GB of the “web” database file. In these tables, even the name, birth date, VIN fields and current residence were not encrypted. Worse, for some records, the names of the parents, birthplace and passport numbers could be identified by just knowing the names of the overseas voters. Banks usually use these details to verify the identity of a person.

    Email addresses, tax identification numbers

    One database appears to contain information entered in an online application form on the iRehistro portal of the Comelec website. This portal facilitated the scheduling of appointments for voter registration from 2014 to 2015.

    These tables contain more information per registered voter than those in the “web” database, but it involves fewer people. Only the name and birthdate fields in these tables are encrypted. Fields like the residential address, email address, full names of both parents, and tax identification number are readable by humans.

    <click here for link>
  • May nakasuhan na ba at nanagot sa COMELEK leak na yan? Wala akong update jan. Pero hindi dapat palampasin ng ganun ganun lang yan. Kung sa US o sa ibang bansa mangyari yan, demandahan at may perang settlement na magaganap.
  • ^May nahuli silang local 'hacker' doon sa comelec hack. Wala nga lang balita kung ano na nangyari. Kung ako tatanungin, konting skill lang kelangan para ma hack o mapabagsak govt websites. Palakasin din kasi dev ng govt websites, kaya yung iba kung sinu-sino lang software company gumagawa.
  • ^May nahuli silang local 'hacker' doon sa comelec hack. Wala nga lang balita kung ano na nangyari. Kung ako tatanungin, konting skill lang kelangan para ma hack o mapabagsak govt websites. Palakasin din kasi dev ng govt websites, kaya yung iba kung sinu-sino lang software company gumagawa.


    Napanood ko sa news, pero mukhang di nga hacker talaga yun. Basta lang yata may maituro ang comelec na masisi, pero yung tinutukoy ko if may nahuli na ba, eh yung may napatalsik, nakasuhan sa loob mismo ng comelec dahil sa negligence. Accountability kasi nila yun, at hindi kasi talaga ganun ka higpit yung security na ginawa nila..
  • ^As usual wala. Wala pa naituturong fall guy kaya wala pa, hehe. Napakadumi talaga ng pulitika sa pilipinas, kesyo sa gobyerno o corporate world.
  • ^As usual wala. Wala pa naituturong fall guy kaya wala pa, hehe. Napakadumi talaga ng pulitika sa pilipinas, kesyo sa gobyerno o corporate world.


    But then, separate entity yung comelec sa government natin ngayon. Sana sa loob ng comelec, maayos sila.