• Groups hack radio station’s website


    TWO groups on Wednesday admitted attacking the website of radio station DZMM because of “unfair and biased” reporting.

    The Anonymous Philippines and Blood Security International, two secretive groups of computer programmers, said they were responsible for hacking and defacing the website of DZMM.

    People who visit the station’s website were redirected to a page that proclaims the names of the two groups. The groups left a message that read: “Our minds are constantly being invaded by legions of half-truths, prejudices and false facts. One of the great needs of mankind is to be lifted above the morass of false propaganda.”

    “We do not forgive. We do not forget,” the hackers also warned.

    DZMM and mother company ABS-CBN have been criticized in the past for their news coverage critical of the Iglesia ni Cristo. They have also been labeled “too yellow,” referring to the color of the Aquino administration.

    “It’s just reasonable to expect fairness and objectivity from media,” the two groups stressed.

    The Anonymous Philippines was also behind the hacking of the website of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) in late March.

    The group defaced the Comelec website on March 27, triggering fears that the poll body’s records may have been compromised.

    The hacktivist group posted a message asking the Comelec to make sure that the Precinct Count Optical Scan machines that will be used in the May 9 elections have security features in place.

    “What happens when the electoral process is so mired with questions and controversies? Can the government still guarantee that the sovereignty of the people is upheld?” it asked.


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    1. Famous lies by Antonio Ebanghelista aka Lowell Menorca are being exposed at Iglesia ni Cristo BlogSpot. iglesianicristo dot blogspot dot com

    2. Many INC Members that are opposed to the corrupt INC Sangunnian Leadership are already aware that INC-EVM Church has already created their own Hacking Department at Central Office called ACTIV. It was created by EVM himself for spy and surveillance against their own members and non-members alike that can be a threat to the church. ACTIV are known to deface many Anti-INC websites and ACTIV are known to infiltrate the facebooks of the rebels inside the INC called INC Defenders. The INC Defenders is the only organization that is exposing the truth about the corruption inside the INC EVM Church. and ACTIV is agressively trying to silence or destroy the INC DEFENDERS. It is well knows that Anonymous Philippines are also INC Members who are also ACTIV. The truth will be exposed. Please visit the famous blog Silent No More by Antonio Ramirez Ebangelista.

      • blah blah blah just another ridiculous accusation aimed to destroy the INC much like Menorca’s declaration as aired by A-bias-CBN that INC’s Scan International is a “hit squad” but when the aggrieved INC members filed libel cases in the courts… Voila! He fled.

        The lies are piling up. It started with Antonio Ebanghelista aka Lowel Menorca claiming that 10 INC ministers were kidnapped. INC members have been asking them for names of those 10 ministers but the response had been a deafening silence. Another lie was about Angel and company being held hostage in their home. When asked, who’s holding them hostage, the answer was that “a child was playing a joke inside the house”. Really?


      • cge, akusahan ninyo ang iglesia nang walang batayan at maghaharap na naman tayo sa husgado.. hindi kayo nagtagumpay sa paninira sa INC, ito na naman ang ibabato ninyo sa amin. ganiyan na ka-malisyoso ang media ngayon, talagang wala ng credibility..

      • Your bosses, Tenny and Angel, failed miserably in their attempt to grab power from INC church leadership. All of these demolition campaigns your group initiated with the support of yellow media #ABIASCBN stemmed from greed for power. #FALLENANGELS

        Antonio Ebanghelista aka Lowell Menorca lies exposed @ theiglesianicristo dot blogspot dot com