The hacktivists identified themselves as “Blood Security Hackers” and posted a message that said “Dear Globe, your service on your internet connection is not worthy what we pay for. Do something or expect the consequence. This is just the beginning. Expect Us!”
Yoly Crisanto, Head of Globe Corporate Communications, said in a statement that no customer data was comprised in the alleged breach of their website.
The four websites that were offline are: mybusiness.globe.com.ph, payroll.globe-csme.com, duointernational.globe-csme.com, and update.globe-csme.com.
This does not look like a simple defacing which makes Globe’s official statement sounds like a knee-jerk reaction.
UPDATE: More from Inquirer.net:
The same hactivists who broke into Globe Telecom’s website on Friday attacked more Philippine-based websites the day after.