Iranian Hackers Claim They’ve Hit the Bank of Israel – but ‘No Proof,’ Cyber Authority Says

Oded Yaron reports:

A group of hackers purportedly linked to Iran said on Monday that they had succeeded in hacking into the system used to transfer money between Israeli banks and through it entered into people’s personal accounts. However, Israel’s National Cyber Directorate and the Bank of Israel, which operates the network, said they found no indication of any kind of hacking into any banking network.

Read more at Haaretz.

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