Pro-Israeli hackers revealed the details of over 4,800 Saudi Arabian credit cardholders, just days after the websites of El Al, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, and Israel’s Anti-Drug Authority were attacked.
The hacker group, which calls itself ‘IDF-Team’, also struck the websites of the United Arab Emirates Central Bank and Gaza’s Arab Bank of Palestine, and claimed that they accessed the information by infiltrating the database of one of Saudi Arabia’s largest banks.
‘IDF-Team’ also warned that should attacks against Israeli websites continue, they will “disable [Arab] stock market, gov’t, economic, [and] security sites.”
On Wednesday night, anti-Israel hackers infiltrated the server of the Anti-Drug Authority and redirected visitors to a website featuring images of Palestinian gunmen and the words “death to Israel” written in Hebrew.
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