Hacker Claims They Breached Israel’s Voter Registry Three Days Before Election

Refaella Goichman reports:

A hacker claimed Saturday evening that they broke into Israel’s voter registry and stole information on six million Israelis, only three days before Tuesday’s Knesset election. The hacker, known as DarkCoder, tweeted that as part of the annual OpIsrael cyberattack against Israel’s digital infrastructure, they have successfully hacked the voter database.

But did they really, or are the data just from an old massive population registry breach that this site reported on in the past?

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