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Cyber Attacks UPDATE: Pro-Israeli Hacker Claims Strike on Iranian Sites

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

A pro-Israeli hacker going by the name “Hannibal” claimed to release files that contained confidential information on Iran.

Hannibal said the files he has leaked were only a small percentage of the data in his possession.

“Today I’m leaking confidential information of the Iranian Army, Iranian government and citizens,” Hannibal wrote in a posting on Pastebin, a file-sharing website. “It’s nothing compared to what I have. This percentage is very small.”

He also claimed that he was “working on hacking into the computers of Iran’s nuclear facilities.”

This represents another foray by Hannibal into the ongoing cyber war, and follows shortly after his release last week of the Facebook passwords and credit card information of thousands of Saudi nationals.

Cyber Attacks UPDATE: Anti-Israel Hackers Strike Israeli Hospitals’ Websites

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

Anti-Israel hackers infiltrated the websites of two Israeli hospitals on Wednesday, paralyzing them for hours in the latest strike in the ongoing Arab-Israeli cyber war.

The websites of Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer and Assouta Medical Center in Tel Aviv were both taken offline in a manner similar to previous cyber attacks on Israeli websites, according to security sources. The websites have since been restored.

 

 

Pro-Israel Hacker Discloses Information of 100,000 Arab Facebook Users

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

A pro-Israel computer hacker has released the information of 100,000 Arab Facebook users, in the latest skirmish in the Arab-Israeli cyber war.

The hacker, who goes by the name Hannibal, vowed to continue his defense of Israel: “If they appear again, I again come to save Israel. Trust me. I’ll always be around.”

Hannibal has been responsible for the release of several batches of personal information hacked from email and Facebook accounts.

Cyber Attacks UPDATE: Israeli Hackers Strike Back

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

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.

Cyber Attacks UPDATE: Israeli hackers retaliate; Israeli Cabinet Minister Condemns

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Israeli hackers took the websites of both the Saudi Stock Exchange and the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange offline Monday, in the latest salvo in the cyber war between Israeli and anti-Israeli hackers.

The Israeli hackers, going by the name IDF-Team, wrote that their attack came in response to the “lame” hacking of Israeli websites of El Al and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange on Monday by Arab hacker ox0mar. The hackers pledged that if the anti-Israel attacks continue, they will intensify their assault and “paralyze websites for a period of two weeks to a month.”

“State of Israel, not to worry, you’re in the hands of the world’s best hacker,” one of the Israeli hackers, Hannibal, wrote. “I will continue to support the government of Israel will continue to attack the Arab countries.”

In a sharp response, Likud MK and Minister of Intelligence Services Dan Meridor, condemned the pro-Israel cyber attacks.

“Individual initiatives by Israeli hackers to attack Saudi hackers, or hackers from anywhere else for that matter, are ineffective and shouldn’t be done in Israel’s name,” he said.

Cyber Attacks Continue: Hackers Down Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, El Al Websites

Monday, January 16th, 2012

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and El Al website were both taken offline early Monday morning.

ox0mar, the anti-Israel hacker who was responsible for releasing the information of tens of thousands of Israeli credit card holders last month, sent an email to The Jerusalem Post before the attack and “promised to take down” the websites by morning.

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange was back online by Monday morning, but the El Al website remained unavailable into midday.

Israel To Form New Cyber Warfare Administration

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

The Israeli Ministry of Defense is set to form a cyber warfare administration to combat the increasingly dangerous hacking and cyber warfare threat.

This new entity “will coordinate the efforts of Israeli security bodies and defense industries in developing advanced cyber systems,” the Israel Defense website said.

The decision to establish this new administration was made before the recent spate of hackings of Israeli websites and credit card details, but those incidents have certainly given it a greater urgency.

 

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