Arab computer hackers defaced the Israel Fire and Rescue Services’ official website and replaced its content with anti-Israel photographs and messages.
For a few hours Friday, a photograph of a Palestinian gunman alongside Arab language anti-Israel epithets appeared in place of fire and rescue information. The message identified the hackers as the same ones that were behind the hacking of the personal website of Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon website last week. The hackers also taunted the Israeli government, writing: “Why don’t you understand that this is an embarrassing situation for you and that you cannot get out of it?” the message said.
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