Israeli regime’s internet provider downed by hackers

2021-10-30 20:34:52
Israeli regime’s internet provider downed by hackers

Hackers have successfully breached the security of Israeli regime internet hosting company Cyberserve and obtained sensitive data.

“Hello Again! We have news for you,” the Black Shadow group wrote in a message circulated on social media on Friday evening.

“You probably could not connect to many websites today. ‘Cyberserve’ company and their customers hit by us. You may ask what about Data? As always, we have lots of it. If you don’t want your Data leaked by us, contact us soon.” the hackers added.

The websites of a number of Cyberserve’s customers were unavailable on Saturday morning.

According to a report published by the Israeli regime’s English-language daily newspaper Jerusalem Post, the data seized by the hackers covers a wide variety of businesses, including Dan and Kavim public transportation companies, the Pegasus travel company and the blogsite of the Kan public broadcaster.

The hacker group released what they say is data from Israeli bus line Kavim on Telegram on Saturday.

"They did not contact us ...So first data is here!...'" the Black Shadow said on Telegram, sending with it a picture of what appears to be a database containing Israelis' personal information. "If you do not contact us, it will be more," the group added.

This latest hacking incident comes just days after another hacking outfit calling itself “Moses Staff” published a cache of photos and data obtained in a cyber-attack on the Israeli regime’s military, including a series of pictures of military affairs minister Benny Gantz.

In posts on its website and Telegram channel earlier this week, the black hat group released a number of photos of Gantz, saying it had access to “confidential documents” on the country’s military affairs ministry and the minister himself.

“We’ve kept an eye on you for many years, at every moment and on each step. All your decisions and statements have been under our surveillance. Eventually, we will strike you while you never would have imagined,” the group declared, vowing to publish more confidential information to inform “the world about the Israeli authorities’ crimes.”

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