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List of Cyber Hackings in Singapore
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An archives of all the hacking incidents that happened in Singapore in chronological order. 

List of Cyber Hackings in Singapore

#ProjectSGHackings

An archives of all the hacking incidents that happened in Singapore in chronological order.
Hacking incidents are reference from various sources.

Feel free to comment if there’s any discrepancies or additions to the list.

(17 Oct 2013)
People’s Action Party’s Community Foundation’s webpage
http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/hacker-who-calls-himself-the-messiah-charged-with-hacking-more-being-investigated

(28 Oct 2013)
Official website of the Ang Mo Kio Town Council
http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/ang-mo-kio-town-council-website-hacked

(1 Nov 2013)
A section of the Straits Times website was hacked
A hacker claiming to be part of the Anonymous collective broke into the Straits Times website.
http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/anonymous-hacker-targets-straits-times-website

(7 Nov 2013)
Website of Prime Minister Office (PMO) hacked.
The IDA said the PMO subpage was compromised
http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/subpage-of-the-prime-ministers-office-website-hacked-investigations-ongoing

(8 Nov 2013)
Webpage of the Istana hacked
Subpages on Istana websites were hacked
http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/subpage-prime-minsters-office-website-hacked

(11 Nov 2013)
Website of the Seletar Airport hacked
The site showed a black and green background with an image in the middle resembling a skull wearing a hood.
http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/seletar-airport-website-hacked

(20 Nov 2013)
The websites of 13 schools which were hosted on a single server were reported defaced on Wednesday between 3.30pm and 5.00pm, said the Ministry of Education in a statement to the press.

The affected school websites are:

  1. Bukit Timah Primary School
  2. Canberra Primary School
  3. Compassvale Primary School
  4. Greendale Primary School
  5. South View Primary School
  6. West View Primary School
  7. Woodlands Ring Primary School
  8. Henderson Secondary School
  9. Kent Ridge Secondary School
  10. Maris Stella High School
  11. Raffles Girls’ School
  12. St Gabriel’s Secondary School
  13. St Andrew’s Junior College

http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/websites-of-13-schools-defaced-matter-under-police-investigation
http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/13-school-websites-defaced-says-moe

(2 June 2014)
SingPass, a single factor authentication system allowing users to login to various government e-services. It was reported that more than 1,500 users may have their IDs and passwords accessed without permission.
http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/1-500-singpass-accounts/1136316.html
http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/1560-singpass-accounts-may-have-been-accessed-without-authorisation

(6 June 2014)
Businessman fined S$8,000 for hacking into Istana website
Delson Moo Hiang Kng, 43, pleaded guilty to a charge of unauthorised access to the server hosting the Istana website, after admitting to carrying out a cross-site scripting attack on the Google search function embedded in the site.
http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/businessman-fined-s8000-hacking-istana-website
https://sg.news.yahoo.com/istana-website-hacker-fined-s-8-000-for-unauthorised-access-to-server-100627985.html

(16 Sep 2014)
The personal data of over 300,000 customers of karaoke chain K Box Singapore have been posted online. A group which called itself “The Knowns” sent out an e-mail to media outlets, including to The Straits Times, saying that it was releasing the database to show its displeasure over recent increases in toll charges at the Woodlands Checkpoint.
http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/personal-data-of-300000-k-box-singapore-clients-surfaces-online
http://www.todayonline.com/singapore/hackers-leak-data-over-300000-k-box-members

(14 Oct 2014)
SMRT’s webpage hacked redirecting users to another page. A media advertising webpage under SMRT’s was apparently hacked with users redirected to another page in a foreign language that states “Hacked by: Bortecine Tim”.
http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/smrts-webpage-hacked-users-redirected-to-another-page

(10 March 2015)
Curtin Singapore’s website defaced by hackers claiming to represent ISIS
Hackers claiming to be from the Islamic State (ISIS) has defaced Curtin Singapore’s website. As to why Curtin Singapore was chosen is not clear and the militant group’s flag was displayed on the defaced website.
http://www.sgcybersecurity.com/curtin-singapores-website-defaced-by-hackers-claiming-to-represent-isis/

Feel free to comment if there’s any discrepancies or additions to the list.