More than a dozen government websites were taken down by a group who call themselves the HighTechBrazil.

It was approximately after 8pm local time that @HackTeamBrazil posted tweets flaunting that they had hacked more than a dozen .gov.bn websites.

On their tweeter account links their website at http://bit.ly/LNZ49o. In it contains the lists of websites that got hacked down. Obviously they are international hackers who also went targeting the likes of Brazilian, Canadian and Russian websites.

Brunei included. Here are the gov.bn website lists below:

Date Notifier H M R L Domain OS View
2012/06/08 HighTech H Brunei Darussalam bandaran-tutong.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam des.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam devjpm.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam http://www.devjpm3.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam energy.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam http://www.ewg40brunei.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam infofoto.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M R Brunei Darussalam information.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam http://www.pmo.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam judicial.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam moha.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam msd.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam nmcc.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam penerangan.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam readingculture.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror
2012/06/08 HighTech H M Brunei Darussalam http://www.jpp.gov.bn F5 Big-IP mirror

As a result, most of the website got a picture of a green-haired anime girl whom Aisamuddin Bms, one of our Bruneian Youths identified as Hatsune Miku. Also displayed were the words nos somas, which means Spanish for “We are,” followed by the words “Otrasher – noone – Crazyduck” as you see at the above picture.

The E-Government, who are supposedly responsible for the national cyberspace are looking towards remedying the problem.

Personally, I wonder how much investment EGNC made onto the web security? Less than BND$1000? Where is the other millions budgeted towards their departments and ministries? Is spending the rest of our oil money into other unproductive factors i.e hiring slackers, lazy labours and making ugly buildings justify the need not to combat and protect the ever growing online threat?

If EGNC were alert enough on this matter, would it not have happened in the first place? If these kind of hackers like that of HighTechBrazil keep up with our incompetence, then what next? Telbru, DST, B-Mobile? Voice out today as a citizen who care in the comment section below.