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DarkCoder claims to have hacked 12,000 Israeli emails last year, including some on the Defense Ministry system.
“The event was stopped by the organizations’ information security personnel together with the National Cyber Defense Authority (NCDA)."
The US has been chasing after Mironov since May for the illegal transfer of US military technology to an unnamed foreign country.
Malware was found on the payment processing system of more than dozen properties belonging to a US hotel and resort company.
Israel and the US are slated to sign a new cyber defense pact to speed up automated cyber data sharing.
The major Internet firms have agreed to cooperate with the ADL and European Jewish groups on a Code of Conduct to battle bullying and hate speech online.
An alleged Islamic Jihad hacker is charged with penetrating IDF drones over Gaza, and other aerial systems.
Cyber terrorists have struck again, this time hacking into two major US government departments, affecting 4 million workers.
Cyber centers that guard unclassified networks reportedly detected the Pentagon security breach and kicked the hackers off “in a way that minimized their chances of returning.”
The hackers used easily downloadable, but sophisticated, hacking tools to do the job, rather than requiring any in-house technical knowledge.
The plot thickens as North Korea's Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.
The IDF Operations Department has put together instructions for military operations in cyberspace against enemies of the Jewish state. The IDF will engage in consistent and continuous intelligence gathering operations online, and said it will handle cyberspace as a battlefield as important as those at sea in the air, and on the ground, executing attacks when necessary.
"Team Poison", a well-known hacking group, has infiltrated numerous websites since the group was established in 2009, including that of the United Nations.
Hannibal has been responsible for the release of several batches of personal information.
An Israeli hacker has claimed retaliation for the release of the personal information and credit card data of tens of thousands of Israelis by...
The hacker, going by the username ‘0xOmar’, said he has an additional 60,000 numbers he intends to release.
The Bank of Israel assured the 15,000 Israelis whose credit card numbers were posted online by a group of Saudi hackers they they will not have to pay for fraudulent charges on their cards.