L33tdawg: Online registration is open and early bird rate ends on the 25th of July.
The Evad3rs will be teaching two technical training courses on iOS Exploitation at HITB2013KUL for those interested.
The Hack in the Box Security Conference takes place from the 14th till the 17th of October 2013 at the InterContinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Two men aged 33 and 28 were arrested at a hotel in Jalan Raja Laut in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday for allegedly hacking two government department websites, namely the National Registration Department (NRD) and the Information Department.
The police seized four laptops, three mobile phones, external hard disks and external drives from the duo, a 33-year-old entrepreneur and a computer expert, who are remanded until tomorrow to facilitate investigations, said Bukit Aman Commercial CID director Syed Ismail Syed Azizan.
Filipino hackers defaced the Philippines’ government telecommunications website yesterday, accusing Philippine President Benigno Aquino III of being “pro-Malaysian” amid the Sabah armed conflict with Sulu militants, Philippine broadcaster ABS-CBN News reported.
Anonymous Philippines previously hacked the Philippine president’s official website last Tuesday, with the hacker group lambasting Aquino for doing nothing to stop the alleged human rights violations against Filipinos in Sabah.
The website of the Office of the President was hacked by Anonymous Philippines Thursday morning because President Benigno Aquino III was allegedly "mishandling the Sabah issue."
"Greetings, President Aquino! We have watched how you signed into law a bill that endangers and tramples upon the netizens' freedom of speech and expression. Now, we are silent witnesses as to how you are mishandling the Sabah issue," the hacker group said in its message that took over the website.
Officers from the cyber crime unit of the Royal Malaysian Police arrested a 27-year-old man on Wednesday for hosting links to illegal downloads on the popular local message board and file-sharing site, SYOK.org.
According to the police, the suspect, who is from the city of Kulim, is believed to be the operator of SYOK.org, which counts registered users in the hundreds of thousands (according to the website’s own Facebook page). In order to participate on the forum, users must register a username and password.