Israeli Media: Huge Iranian Cyberattack Targeted Israeli Servers
Israeli media reports that an Iranian hacker group hacked and disrupted servers of Israeli companies and extracted information about their clients.
Iranians hacked the servers of an Israeli company that build and store websites, Israeli newspaper Maariv's main headline mentioned Sunday.
The newspaper indicated that this hack led to the leak of huge information, and pointed out that among the companies whose data was exposed were bus companies, the Israeli Broadcasting Corporation, and the lottery.
Local experts described the hack as the "largest sabotage operation" targeting privacy in the history of the Zionist entity.
On Saturday, Israeli media also reported that Iranian hacker group "Black Shadow" hacked and disrupted the servers of the Israeli Internet company "Cyberserve."
The group was responsible for targeting insurance, finance, travel, and media companies and managed to extract information about their clients.
In addition, last week, Israeli media reported that the "Moses' Staff" hacking group leaked information about the Israeli occupation forces that includes the data of hundreds of occupation soldiers and pre-military middle school students.
According to Yedioth Ahronoth, the leaked information includes full details about an Israeli combat brigade, its structure, names of its members, their jobs, and qualifications.