An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group claimed hacking seven surveillance cameras, some in Israel and the U.S., following United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) recruitment efforts and calls to do so earlier this year.
The United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) and its Indonesian unit, Anshar Cyber Caliphate, claimed hacking 20 Facebook accounts and taking down 200 Jewish websites in its #OpTheWorld campaign.
Members of the Anonymous hacking collective circulated “target lists” of Israeli websites, banks, government buildings, and addresses of other institutions as part of the “#OpIsrael” campaign.
The group of pro-Islamic State (IS) hackers known as the Caliphate Cyber Army (CCA) shared media reports about drones being “hacked” by IS and announced a video release to be coming “soon.”
The hacking group AnonSec has allegedly hacked the website for the Israel Missile Defense Association (IMDA) and released dumps of the site’s databases.
The hacking group AnonSec has allegedly hacked the website for the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) Junior Command Preparatory School and released details of 328 “currently attending candidates.”
After the Islamic Cyber Army (ICA) hackers announced “#IsraelUnderHacks,” their fifth hacking campaign on Twitter, members of the group posted a list of websites to be targeted with cyber-attacks and claimed to release “information about Mossad.”
The Anonymous hacking collective claimed to have taken 38 websites of the Israeli government offline “in protest of the illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank.”
The Muslim hacking group “Izzah Hackers” released contact details of over 52,000 Israeli government employees as part of “Operation Save Gaza.”