A website of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines was defaced anew Thursday, the third time since November 2010.
Visitors to the CBCP Episcopal Commission on Health Care website Thursday afternoon were greeted with an image of a gagged person, with a black background.
"Hacked ... By:ASEROH ... You Must Be Better ... In The Next Time :)" read the message on the defaced site (www.cbcphealthcare.org).
The title bar of the browser window or tab displaying the defaced site read, "HackEd By ASEROH <~ Don't Stop."
The defacing came less than a week before pro-life groups were to hold a "Congress of the Faithful" on Monday, hours before President Benigno Aquino III delivers his second State of the Nation Address.
However, the defaced site had no indication it was directed at the planned gathering. While the CBCP is against the reproductive health bill, its health care commission is more involved in health care than in "pro-life" activities.
It was the third time the site was defaced since November 2010.
On November 27, 2010, the site was defaced hours before a major pro-life Catholic group was to hold a vigil against the RH bill.
At the time, visitors to the site were greeted by an image of a man with his back turned to the viewer.
"HackEd BY LordDem0n EgYpT!0n - H4Ck3r ... Your Security Can Not Face Us !!!" read the message on the defaced website.
In some instances, the defaced home page even prompted visitors to download a plug-in.
Last June 9, the site was again defaced, with visitors greeted with the message "DEATH_K1ng." — TJD, GMA News