Thursday, October 28, 2021, 11:19 p.m.
A group of hackers, dubbed “Mosiah’s Staff”, claims to have carried out a cyber attack on the Israeli Ministry of Defense, publishing documents and photos that they allegedly obtained from the ministry’s servers.
The group’s website says the hackers hacked more than 165 servers and 254 websites and obtained more than 11 terabytes of information from the Israeli Post, the Ministry of Defense, documents related to Minister Benny Gantz, as well as the companies Electron Csillag and Epsilor.
“I have been following you for many years, at every moment and every step,” the hacker’s announcement read on the group’s Telegram channel, according to Jerusalem Post. “All your decisions and statements have been under surveillance. In the end, we’ll hit when it doesn’t even cross your mind.”
“Moses’ staff” also said he had access to confidential documents, including reports, operational maps, information about soldiers and units, as well as various letters and correspondence. “We will publish this information to warn the world about the crimes of the Israeli authorities,” the group of hackers warned.
The group also wrote that “soldiers whose blood was shed because of wrong policies and meaningless wars, mothers who mourn their children and all the cruelties and injustices that have been done to the people of this nation will not be forgotten.”
It is unclear whether hackers act independently or are supported by a state actor.
Several cyber attacks have affected a multitude of Israeli businesses and institutions in the past two years, including the Israeli Aerospace Industries, the insurance company Shirbit and the software company Amital.
Source: Breaking News – Cele mai importante stiri – Ziare.com by ziare.com.
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