The “OpIsrael” hashtag refers to “Operation Israel Hackers,” an annual cyber attack campaign against Israel each April 7. This year it started early.
The Daily Stormer has already been ditched by its server, GoDaddy, which tweeted the statement: "We informed The Daily Stormer that they have 24 hours to move the domain to another provider, as they have violated our terms of service."
In both cases, the sellers agreed to return the works in 'amicable discussions,' according to the Max Stern Foundation.
The hacker group warned ISIS, "We will launch the biggest operation ever against you."
A threatened 'electronic holocaust' against Israel by the Anonymous hactivist collective has failed to materialize.
The plot thickens as North Korea's Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.
PM Netanyahu: Israel's safety unimportant to those who anonymously attack Israel, him.
The Shin Bet was prepared for a hacker attack on Israeli websites by Anonymous, which would be smart to stay that way considering its failure.
"Unfortunately, after we published this news, we recently received numerous complaints from our brothers…"
Unbeknownst to the hackers, the 28th of Nissan, in some ways, is the most auspicious time of the year to counter and transform the threats and trials leveled against the Jewish people.
Israel's security apparatus was prepared to face the cyber attack took place.
As the #OpIsrael cyberattack against Israel began, Israeli hacker retaliated, and now the official #OpIsrael site www.opisrael.com is playing Hatikvah.
More than a year ago, I warned that Iran was impersonating Anonymous in an effort to turn it on Israel.
Some hackers are planning an organized cyber-attack against Israel.
Although I allow people to post anonymously (albeit with at least an alias) I would prefer that people stand by their words and not be afraid of them.
No matter how altruistic one is - if he is afraid to speak the truth out of fear of being attacked, that is not leadership.
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