Wednesday, June 10, 2015

UST issues statement on museum's website hacking

The University of Santo Tomas, through its Office of Public Affairs, released a statement regarding the hacking of the UST Museum website last June 8, Monday.

In its media advisory, UST confirms that has indeed been compromised but that "the damage is limited to the said website".

The group 1937CN placed an image on the website with a warning against the Vietnam-Philippines Joint Action, an agreement entered into by the two countries last May 20 in response to Beijing's aggressive stance in relation to the disputed territory around the South China Sea.

The UST Museum website remains unavailable.


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