Hackers disrupt Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and El Al

“No one is this world going to arrest me,” he wrote. “It’s
impossible to find me and I’ll keep attacking Israel. Just stay and watch.”

Setting himself up against 0xOmar is “0xOmer”, the leader of Israel
Defenders, who says he is 17. 0xOmer says his counter-campaign has been
joined by “7ukk1”, allegedly a soldier in Israeli military
intelligence. They claim they are poised to release the credit card details
of 300,000 more Saudi nationals.

A second Jewish hacker, Hannibal, has joined the fray, publishing details to
allow web users to break into the Facebook accounts of 20,000 Arab users. He
claims to have the bank account details of 10 million Iranian and Saudi
nationals, which he will release if Israel comes under further cyber-attack.

Israeli officials played down the significance of Monday’s attacks, saying
they had done little damage. Neither El Al nor the stock exchange suffered
any disruption to their actual operations, and no sensitive information was

“Right now, we’re not seeing anything that’s especially interesting or
especially dangerous,” Gadi Evron, the former head of internet security
for the Israeli government was quoted as saying.

A second security official dismissed the hackers as “teenagers making a

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