Israel - Hacker Releases Personal Data Of Dozens Of Israelis
Israel - A hacker released the personal information of dozens of Israelis on Wednesday, threatening to leak the information of thousands more people in the future, Channel 10 reported.
The hacker identified himself as a member of a group called “Remember Imad,” in reference to slain Hezbollah military commander Imad Mughniyeh, allegedly killed by Mossad in Damascus in 2008.
The hacker released copies of credit card numbers, identification cards, checks and Facebook passwords, according to the report.
Earlier this year, a Saudi hacker going by the name “OxOmar” infiltrated a number of Israeli websites, stealing and exposing the personal information and credit card numbers of thousands of Israeli citizens. The move ignited a hacking war between pro- and anti- Israel hackers.
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