‘PLDT Doesn’t Care’: PLDT official Twitter account gets hacked, group wants faster Internet

‘PLDT Doesn’t Care’: PLDT official Twitter account gets hacked, group wants faster Internet

- The official Twitter account of PLDT for its customer service was hacked by an Anonymous group

- In their message, the hackers wanted PLDT to provide better service and faster Internet to their customers, most especially now that most Filipinos are working from their homes

- The group of hackers also warned another telecommunications provider, Globe Telecom

- The PLDT released a statement regarding the issue through their official Facebook account

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On Thursday afternoon, it appeared that the official Twitter account of PLDT for its customer service was hacked by an Anonymous group.

KAMI learned that the hackers urged PLDT to provide a better service to its customers, especially now that there is a pandemic and most people are working from their houses.

From its Twitter handle “PLDT Cares” the hackers changed it to “PLDT Doesn’t Care.”

“As the pandemic arises, Filipinos need fast internet to communicate with their loved ones. Do your job. The corrupt fear us, the honest support us, the heroic join us. We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us,” it said in the tweet.

Check the screenshot here:

‘PLDT Doesn’t Care’: PLDT official Twitter account gets hacked, group wants faster Internet

Screenshot from Twitter
Source: Twitter

In a different tweet, the hackers also threatened another Internet service provider, Globe Telecom.

“@enjoyGLOBE You’re next. #PLDTHacked,” it said in the tweet.

‘PLDT Doesn’t Care’: PLDT official Twitter account gets hacked, group wants faster Internet

Screenshot from Twitter
Source: Twitter

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Ironically, PLDT has been tweeting about privacy and securing the Wi-Fi networks of their customers to avoid hackers from using it. The hackers of PLDT retweeted the previous tweet and said, “How ironic. Keep safe. #PLDTHacked.

‘PLDT Doesn’t Care’: PLDT official Twitter account gets hacked, group wants faster Internet

Screenshot from Twitter
Source: Facebook

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In a Facebook post, PLDT Home released a now-deleted statement that they temporarily shut down its PLDT Twitter account due to “security issues.”

PLDT is one of the biggest telecommunications providers in the country. It was founded in 1928 and until now, it continues to provide service to most Filipinos.

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