Israeli Media: Iranian "Hacking" Group Threatened to Target Gantz
Israeli news website Yedioth Ahronoth says the Iranian hacking group leaked personal information about members of the occupation forces members and threatened Security Minister Benny Gantz.
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 the Yedioth Ahronoth news website, the leaked information includes full details about an Israeli combat brigade, its structure, names of its members, their jobs, and qualifications.
The website detailed how the hacking group leaked a detailed table, sorted in alphabetical order, with names, emails, phone numbers, and addresses of hundreds of members, in addition, to complete details of reserve soldiers in military occupation units.
Many of the published files mention details about thousands of youth and adults who are candidates for security service or unit members who participated or are participating in projects to encourage others to join the occupation forces, added Yedioth.
Last Monday, "Moses Staff" released photographs of Israeli Security Minister Benny Gantz, warned him that he is under surveillance, and threatened to unexpectedly target him.
Yedioth Ahronoth explained that "Moses Staff" is an Iranian group that pledges to expose the crimes of the occupation and end its existence.