Website leaking voters’ data taken down
The website containing a massive leak on the personal details of millions of voters was taken down on Friday following coordination with the Philippines’ Department of Justice and the US’ DOJ.
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DOJ’s Office of the Cybercrime has already informed the Commission on Elections (Comelec) that the website wehaveyourdata.com was taken down.
The website is a searchable data containing information about a voter, such as full name, address, birthday, passport details, text markers and fingerprints. It was launched by a group of hackers called LulzSec Pilipinas.
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Still, the Philippines’ DOJ is working with its foreign counterpart to acquire the preserved breached data on Cloudflare and GoDaddy. RAM
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