Monday, September 1

This Past Weekend Saw Anonymous Hit Israeli Government Websites Even HARDER In ANOTHER Massive Cyber Attack

CCN - This weekend, the hacktivist group Anonymous has struck the Israeli government harder than before. Last week, #OpGazaCounterHack targeted Israeli government websites in an effort to strike back at the closure of Anonymous social media accounts that had been spreading reports out of Gaza on Israeli strikes.
This week, Anonymous hit back even harder, in what they have termed #‎OpHasbaraTrolls‬.
The term Hasbara is a Hebrew word meaning “explaining,” but it refers specifically to public relations propaganda efforts to spread positive information about the State of Israel.
Since #OpGazaCounterHack last week, Anonymous social media accounts and groups have been inundated with “Hasbara trolls” according to the hacktivists involved in today’s cyber attacks.
Some of the Israeli government websites hit today include the following: – Ministry of Industry and Trade – Public Works Department – Israel Economic and Tourism – domains – Israel Government ISP – Embassy of Israel to the United States – Merkava – ministry of Finance – Israeli Defense Forces – Israel Police Department – Ministry of Defense – Ministry of Finance – Economic Mission U.S. – State of Israel – eGovernment – Galil Development Authority – Domain Internet Ltd. – Integrated Foreign Trade System – Israel Institute of Productivity – Israeli Immigration – Office of the Prime Minister – State of Israel Mail – The Government of Israel – Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Israel Information Technology – Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Foreign Affairs Ministry – The Israeli Antitrust Authority – Israeli Government CERT – Shifra Har – IDF – Israel Defense Forces – Bank of Israel – Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Israel Government Printing Office – State of Israel-Ministry of Finance – Ministry of Regional Cooperation – Nativ Project – PMO – National Insurance of Israel – Ministry of Finance 1 Kaplan Street – Ministry of Industry and Trade

In addition to these and many others, Anonymous also took an Israel bank down but it has since been brought back online:

There were many more, but these seemed to be the hardest hit, and stayed down the longest. If you see this article reported in the mainstream media, bear in mind that they got the information right from his page. Bookmark us and check back for updates, because anyone else reporting on this attack will be doing just that!
(Article by Zeidy David)

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