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AMAPS Facebook, websites down; Cryptic messaging posted by certain group

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AMAPS Facebook, websites down; Cryptic messaging posted by certain group
UPDATE: As of 9am, Thursday, AMAPS Facebook has been affected as well.

The Amateur Media Association of Philippine Scouts (AMAPS) website is inaccessible for public use as of Thursday midnight, November 24.

The website was last checked by the AMAPS IT team at 9:00 pm, on November 23 to conduct regular maintenance activities. Admins are currently reviewing the possible reasons for the status of the website in order to open it as soon as possible.

At 9:00 am, Thursday, the AMAPS Facebook page has already been affected by the took over.

Several members reported the inaccessibility and cryptic messaging posted by an anonymous-inspired group. Admins are still currently gathering information on what the countdown is about. “Rest assured that this issue will be taken care of ASAP,” says AMAPS Chief Editor Samantha Jauco.

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