Cyberattack puts website of Ben Gurion Airport out of service: reports
Amid the ongoing Israeli aggression on Gaza the entity has been subjected to critical cyberattacks including some that targeted their early warning systems.
The website of Ben Gurion Airport in "Tel Aviv" went out of service, reportedly due to a reported cyberattack, Israeli media reported on Thursday.
Infrastructure and websites of the Israeli occupation were subjected in recent days to large-scale cyberattacks in conjunction with the Palestinian resistance bombing the Israeli occupation in response to the aggression on the Gaza Strip as part of Operation Avenging The Free.
The Israeli Rotter Net news website also went offline due to a cyber attack launched by Anonymous Sudan, while other attacks targeted the Israeli Emergency Alert System application, also known as Red Alert.
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The hacking of Israeli websites has seen an uptick in frequency over the past few months.
Israeli media reported in April that over 60 Israeli websites came under a heavy wave of cyberattacks in just a few days span.
The Maariv newspaper said then that Anonymous Sudan, which plays an active role in cyberattacks against "Israel", carried out the operations.
The targets included government sites, major newspapers, and public services, where some of the hacks led to a takeover of databases.
The Israeli aggression on Gaza has entered its fifth day on Saturday, and according to the Ministry of Health, it has resulted so far in 33 martyrs, including six Resistance leaders, 5 children, and four women, while 111 Palestinians were injured.
Al-Quds Brigades commanders that were assassinated by the occupation are Iyad Al-Hassani (Abu Anas), Jihad Ghannam, Khalil Al-Bahtini, Tarek Ezzedine, Ali Hassan Ghali, Ahmad Abu Daqqa, and recently Iyad Al-Hassani.
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