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MANILA, Philippines — The University of the Philippines (UP) on Friday said it is taking extra precautions in securing its online properties after one of its websites was defaced by what appears to be hackers from China. In an online interview with InterAksyon.com, UP System Information Office Director Danilo Arao said the security of the UP System website will be reviewed by concerned officials “and further improved because of this unfortunate incident. UP reels from cyber attacks as Scarborough standoff goes online | Infotech News: InterAksyon.com
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