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Anonymous Leaks Data from Israeli Jobs Web Site during #OpSaveGaza

The Anonymous hacker group has breached the Israeli jobs web site and leaked users’ details, according to their Twitter announcement.

The group alleges it took data of 70,000 users from the jobs portal. So far, the given samples contain users’ photos, names, phone numbers and emails.

 Anonymous Leaks Data from Israeli Jobs Web Site during #OpSaveGaza

 Photo Credit: @PalAnonymous

“Islamic Cyber Resistance Group has Hacked Israeli Job Finder site at,” the group said in an announcement on Pastebin. “It has got more than 70K Members and we are going to dump all clients personal information such as Names , Surnames , Phones , Emails and Personal Pictures !”

Anonymous has also taken down several governmental web sites from Israel in #OpSaveGaza over the past week.


The Anonymous twitted “Down – –  –  –  –  / Again /”


The full list of Israeli government web sites is hosted on JustPaste and contains over 140 government web sites links.

The group also posted WebHive links to perform a continuous distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on the selected targets. So far the hackers have set-up more than 50 WebHive links for each governmental web site found in the list.

Last month Anonymous hacked an Israeli TV Station and defaced hundreds of Israeli web sites as part of #OpSaveGaza.

 Photo credit: Euro-Mid Observer

The #OpSaveGaza hacking campaign looks set to continue, along with the fighting in the Gaza strip .

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The youngest writer of the Bitdefender News Palace, Lucian is always after flash news in the security industry, especially when the cops show up. Besides digging for ‘hacker’ scoops, he enjoys computer games. He has leveraged his deft keyboard touch to learn melodic guitar riffs that break the hearts of the ladies at the Faculty of Political Science.

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