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This one is funny or for some, insulting.

AntiSec, a "hacktivism" partnership between Anonymous and former LulzSec members, released over 90,000 emails lifted from Booz Allen Hamilton's servers on Monday. The military contractor stayed quiet for most of the day, only to tweet vaguely in the late afternoon, "As part of @BoozAllen security policy, we generally do not comment on specific threats or actions taken against our systems."

They did not include word on whether they would be offering further response to one of the kind of novel part of the attack: Anonymous included an invoice for hacking the consulting firm:

The government has been warned of more hacking attacks following a recent invasion of Vice President Jejomar Binay's website last month.

Hacker group Philker left a message on the Office of the Vice President's website, saying their group "aims to elevate our country's cyberculture and to point out and correct the vulnerabilities of PH websites to protect them from unethical hackers, fraud, false propaganda, and other people with malicious intent."

Kaspersky Lab Global Research and Analysis Team Director Costin Raiu suggested that the government must put up its own defense strategies against cyber attacks on its websites, and must conduct security audits as soon as possible.