The hacker group Anonymous hacked into the official web page of an Israeli based news agency Debka and leaked login information of 91 users. The leaked data contains emails and plain text passwords of daily users.
Anonymous believes that Debka news agency has close ties with the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, the group even went further by defining the agency as “Tongue of MOSSAD” and threatened that more cyber attacks and leaks will be published in future.
The hackavists left a message on leaked data for the citizens of Israel, according to which:
Greetings Citizens of the world,
This is Anonymous.
DEBKA.com is an Israeli-Based News-Agency, which has tied relations with Israeli Intelligence Agency (MOSSAD) and Military sources, “Tongue of MOSSAD”. DEBKA first started around 2000 in purpose of polluting media with Zionist-Oriented news and rumors.
DEBKA also analyzes on how people react to news and information offered by the agency in their state of art laboratory. Using these methods the agency has got the ability to release news and rumors in subjects which have most impact in the eyes of readers and political figures.
We have managed to hack their systems and acquire highly sensitive information, including employees and authors personal information, labs details and of course their subscribers.
For now, we only release portion of what we have got which includes subscribers emails and passwords (Most of them are retired MOSSAD agents!!!). At the end we have a message for them:
THIS IS A WARNNING TO THOSE WHOM SUBSCRIBED TO DEBKA:
STOP SUPPORTING ZIONISM,
STOP SUPPORTING MASS-MURDUR,
STOP SUPPORTING KILLERS OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
WE WOULD PUBLISH MORE DETAILS AND INFORMATION IN FUTURE…
The targeted link: http://email@example.com
Leaked Data Available on: http://wikileak.ir/en/leaks/7/DEBKA+internal+informations+Hacked+%26+Leaked
#OpIsrael happened to be the most humiliating operation for Israel, as the operation begin, anonymous hackers and the hackers from all over the world hacked thousands of Israeli websites and deleted hundreds of databases.