Welcome to the Hackintifada


Palestine (SaebPress) — The battle of wiping ‘Israel’ off the map of the Internet began. ‘The largest Internet battle in the history of mankind.’ Hacktivests declared.

International Hackers and Hacktivests vowed to “wipe ‘Israel’ off the map of the Internet” officially launched a new round of cyber attacks on ‘Israeli’ sites on Saturday afternoon, Hackers and Hacktivests around the world have been organizing to target ‘Israel’ in a mass cyber attack on Sunday, April 7.

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To the government of Israel: Welcome to the Hackintifada | #FreePalestine
11:00pm – 6 Apr 13

Israel Police breached by Tunisian_Hàckers Team XhàckerTN | pastebin.com/T5Z2Zn3A | #OpIsrael

@Op_Israel Oh, my, not another power outage.

@StanleyCohenLaw @Op_Israel Looks like the Israeli Security Team arrogance has been breached .. they should play with PS3 now or themselves.

@Op_Israel: Tango Down: http://t.co/sWbgdLEfaE l #Israel Security Authorities l #Anonymous l #OpIsrael l http://t.co/eOeNfR5fJQ by @An0nGhost


The final warning
Hacktivist group Anonymous has released a “final warning” to ‘Israel’ on the eve of a second “OpIsrael.” The collective threatens to “disrupt and erase ‘Israel’ from cyberspace” in what they have dubbed “the largest internet battle in the history of mankind.”

In the latest statement released Saturday, an Anonymous affiliated group identifying itself as The N4m3le55 cr3w announce they “have gathered 600 websites and 100 plus servers we will be attacking” throughout ‘Israel’.

The list includes banks, schools, businesses and a host of prominent government websites.

“That is just our targets,” the group warns. “We cannot speak on what the rest of Anonymous will be attacking but we can guarantee it will be in the 1000′s.”

They further accused former Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman and Minister of Finance Yair Lapid Finance of bringing “great shame to Israel.”

“Expect us to have great lulz Avigdor Liberman and Yair Lapid, especially on social networks,” the statement reads.

The massive cyberattack, timed to fall on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day, is set to commence on Sunday. Anonymous has accused the ‘Israeli’ government of mistreating its own citizens, violating treaties, attacking its neighbors, threatening to shut down the Internet in Gaza and ignoring “repeated warnings” about human rights abuses.

“The estimations are that [the cyber-attacks] will reach an unusual level that we have never seen before,” Deputy Information Security Officer Ofir Cohen said in an e-mail sent to Knesset employees on Thursday, The Jerusalem Post reports.

Cohen added that the E-government – the ‘Israeli’ government’s information security body – and the Knesset’s internet service provider (ISP) are working to block the attack.

On Wednesday, thousands of ‘Israeli’ Facebook users were infected by a virus, although its effects at this point appear to be minimal.

Anonymous launched the first ‘OpIsrael’ cyber-attacks in November 2012 during Operation Pillar of Defense, an eight day ‘Israeli’ Defense Force (IDF) incursion into the Gaza s trip.

Some 700 ‘Israeli’ website suffered repeated DDos attacks, which targeted high-profile government systems such as the Foreign Ministry, the Bank of Jerusalem, the ‘Israeli’ Defence Ministry, the IDF blog, and the ‘Israeli’ President’s official website.

The Israeli Finance Ministry reported an estimated 44 million unique attacks on government websites over a four day period.

Following ‘OpIsrael,’ Anonymous posted the online personal data of 5,000 Israeli officials, including names, ID numbers and personal emails.

The group also took part in an attack in which the details of some 600,000 users of the popular ‘Israeli’ email service Walla were released online.



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