Tag: Hacking

Cybersecurity competition for females in Singapore, CTF creates opportunity and diversity

The Women of Security Singapore (WoSEC) and HackTheBox collaborated to run The First CTF (Capture-The-Flag) CTF For Girls, a one-day cybersecurity hacking competition held at ICE71 in Singapore on 13 Jul, 2019. Together with Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) and industry sponsors, this  contest...

Taman Jurong Constituency Website Hacked?

Obbana Rajah According to an anonymous tip from someone working in the cyber security industry, a hacker group, Sibat, has defaced and taken down Taman Jurong’s Constituency website. The information was posted on Zone-h.org, a cybercrime archive. According to our source, hackers sometimes even proudly announce websites...

The SingPass Affair: What is happening, IDA?

A total of 1,560 SingPass accounts were tampered with and 419 users said their passwords were changed against their will, leaving many Singaporeans baffled by the lack of security. In response, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore said it will continue to explore -- not implement,...

Don't amputate the unknown

By Augustine Low It is no secret that the government has long considered the Internet a pain and a nuisance. The social media landscape, with its vast expanse and open participation, encourages disorder and unpredictability. The recent cyber attacks have given the government a chance...

Attack of The Messiah

UPDATE: 35-year old James Raj has been charged this morning with carrying out unauthorised modifications under the Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act. He is being represented by prominent human rights lawyer M Ravi. A Linkedin profile for one James Raj lists "Computer Security at...