#OpFreePalestine continues to hack Israeli sites

Anti-Israeli  cyberattacks continue.  Although I have not noted all previous attacks on this blog, in Pastebin releases over the past two days, data from a number of Israeli web sites have been dumped:

From TopLinks: 56 advertisers’ links with the admin/MD5 password for KRNEWS

From Bar-Ilan University Geography and Environment Department: 36 names, e-mail addresses, and SHA1 passwords

From Israel Institute of Technology (Cancer and Vascular Biology Research Center): 160 names, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, passwords, birthdates, ID numbers, and usernames

From NBN (Nefesh B’Nefesh):  594 names, postal addresses, SHA1 passwords, and e-mail addresses. A dump of e-mails was mostly about people signing up for meetings or workshops.

From ILAN: two admin logins with encrypted (MD5) passwords were dumped with credit card numbers described as “Admin Credit Card for Renewals.”

From SNIP: the site manager’s username and encrypted password.


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3 comments to “#OpFreePalestine continues to hack Israeli sites”

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  1. Said - January 11, 2012

    Great targets –
    http://www.technioncancer.co.il – Cancer research and treatment facility
    http://www.ilan-israel.co.il – Disabled Children rehabilitation and treatment facility (ALS , Polio , Cancer , handicaps)

    what can I say , this is pure evil to attack this kind of sites.

  2. Sharone - January 13, 2012

    I wonder if they are aware of how many Arab students attend the Technion and how many Palestinians benefit from the cancer research conducted there. Puts the hacker reputation to shame.

  3. Sharone - January 13, 2012


    What are they thinking? This is not the Technion. The information contained here is from a dating database. “I am looking for a life partner and I like long walks in the rain” kind of posts. Not exactly brilliant.

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