BNS presents Big Data Analytics @ RootCon 2016

  • speaker: Wilson Chua
  • rootcon2016
  • Wilson Chua with Mars Cacacho and team
  • Wilson Chua with Ryan Terrenal and team
    Wilson Chua with Ryan Terrenal and team
  • Pandora labs
    Pandora labs
  • Speaker: Anton Oropilla
    Speaker: Anton Oropilla
  • Speaker: Lawrence
    Speaker: Lawrence
  • Speaker: Jeff Kitson
    Speaker: Jeff Kitson
  • Speaker: Trendmicro
    Speaker: Trendmicro
  • Speaker: Defcon
    Speaker: Defcon
  • Speaker: Eskie
    Speaker: Eskie
  • Speaker: Trust Wave
    Speaker: Trust Wave
  • Speaker: Christopher Elisan
    Speaker: Christopher Elisan
  • rootcon2016

BNS Shared Mosquito Dunks to Brgy. Boquig Dagupan City

  • mosquito dunks
    mosquito dunks
  • google map for 2 stagnant pool in Boquig
    google map for 2 stagnant pool in Boquig
  • Darwin of BNS with sec. dada
    Darwin of BNS with sec. dada


  • dengue graphs
    dengue graphs

Cert. of Appreciation to BNS from PSCC









Patria Sable Corpuz College of Calao West, Santiago City, College of Engineering present this CERTIFICATE of APPRECIATION to Bitstop Network Services, Inc.

“in grateful recognition for the exceptional support and expertise shared for the completion of the 240 hours training of the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering of Patria Sable Corpus College, Santiago City, Philippines. Nothing can ever adequately show the appreciation of the trainees for the efforts and dedication the company has displayed to support them.”

Google Analytics Training 2016

Google Analytics TrainingThis training program is organized in partnership with Cebu Digital Hub (certified Google Partner Agency) headed by Jun Baranggan – a Certified Google Analytics and Google AdWords professional since 2010.

Training objectives:

1. Entrepreneurs who would like to understand how Google Analytics works and use the data it generates to make better business decisions.

2. E-Commerce and digital marketing professionals who would like to level-up their capabilities and pursue Google Analytics Certification.


BNS provides live streaming for townhall debates

BNS was engaged by Manila Bulletin to design and deploy a live video stream of the townhall presidential debates. The aim is to provide as wide a coverage as possible to the historic event.

The live stream needed to provide 720P HD video signal to an estimated 40,000 simultaneous viewers. BNS deployed rtmp encoder and rtmp relay servers to achieve this goal.

Presidential Debate Part I

Presidential Debate Part II

Presidential Debate Part III

Presidential Debate Part IV

Presidential Debate Part V

Presidential Debate Part VI

Presidential Debate Part VII

Presidential Debate Part VIII


BNS Deploys Gigabit speed wifi network for Pres Debates









BNS was tapped by Manila Bulletin, the co organizer of the 3rd Presidential debate that was held at the PHINMA University of Pangasinan.

BNS deployed an open source firewall (Pfsense) with web accelerator (transparent cacheing proxy) to further enhance the speed of the dual links. The two links were made up of the 1gbps fiber link deployed by PLDT and the 500mbps Radio link to BNS via Ligowave antenna systems. showed speed around 860mbps when measured by MDICT officials.

Scary Data – Trends in Malware, Phishing, Site Cleaning and Bad Networks

Almost Half a Million Malware Sites

The number of Malware sites continues to grow, hitting a new peak of 489,801 in October of 2015. That is up over 160% from the same time the previous year. As we have discussed before, a website that is infected with malware can install malicious software on your computer if you visit it. Attackers use the software to steal sensitive information from you such as credit card information and social security numbers.

As an internet user, the growth in malware sites means that the odds of you accidentally visiting one and becoming infected continue to increase. Google and the other search engines do a decent job of flagging them, but they can’t catch all of them in time to provide complete protection.

As a website owner, it means that attackers are having more success than ever compromising websites. It goes without saying that we think you should take website security seriously.

150% Growth in Phishing Sites in 7 Months

According to Google there are now 293,747 phishing sites on the internet, up from 113,132 in July of last year. This represents growth of over 150% in a mere seven months. A phishing site attempts to trick you into thinking it is legitimate, like your online bank or an online retailer. They then lure you into providing login credentials or other sensitive information. In the Introduction to WordPress Security article in our Learning Center we talk about how attackers are even using phishing tactics to steal WordPress credentials.

It’s taking webmasters up to 90 days to respond

Google measures how long it takes for webmasters to take action after they have received notice that their site has been compromised. Over the last year, the fastest average webmaster response time reported was 61 days, and for much of the year it was 90 or worse.

Which neighborhoods to avoid on the internet

Google provides very interesting data about the rate of infection for differentAutonomous Systems on the internet. An Autonomous System is a network level designation that represents a pool of IP addresses that are under the control of one or more networks on behalf of a single entity. You can think of it roughly as the group of IP addresses that have been assigned to an ISP. The data is very interesting, and aligns with what we learned in the analysis of brute force attacks we did a few weeks ago.

The thing that jumps out the most to us is the incredibly high penetration of infection on some Autonomous Systems. With infection rates as high 49%, there are areas of the internet that we would strongly encourage you to avoid. If you want to check out what Autonomous System your IP address belongs to, simply enter it into this handy tool. The good news is that the large majority of Autonomous Systems have infection rates of 1% or lower. We hope that Google’s reporting will serve as a call to action for the networks with the biggest problems.

More information about this:

Free Ecommerce/Web Dev Security Training

ecommerce secuirty course
ecommerce secuirty course

This training program is conducted in partnership with Isaac Sabas and Jonathan Mantua of Pandora Security Labs. (offers advance IT security training and provider of WebRanger – an online security monitoring and attack blocking service)

Training objectives:

  • Learn about web application security threats and how to mitigate them.
  • Learn and apply secure programming best practices.
  • Learn and perform web application testing.

Target audience:

  1. Entrepreneurs who would like to under how e-commerce security works and become tech-savvy when dealing with web developers and Internet security specialists.
  2. E-Commerce developers who would like to level-up their capabilities by building and maintaining secure websites.

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