#Op_Israel: 107 Israeli websites hacked by CapoO_TunisiAnoO

The famous Tunisian hacker CapoO_TunisiAnoO has defaced 107 Israeli websites for #Op_Israel, the hack took place two days ago on 10 December, 2012. 

CapoO_TunisiAnoO-Op_Israel

The hacker has already hacked more then 6200 Israeli websites in one year, this time CapoO_TunisiAnoO left his deface page, a half Arabic and half English message on all of the hacked websites. According to the deface message:

The message you want to convey to you ..The rockets of the resistance has reached Tel Aviv and Jerusalem occupied West Bank and to all settlement blocs near the Gaza Strip .. The Taúratkm flying in the skies of the Gaza Strip will not fly anymore. And Oltm that move along the line Heh came under Mujahideen  strikes and warlike Svenkm off the shores of Gaza is under Targeting..You now choose between two things only two (Either leave Palestine, or that Tmoto at the hands of the resistance) We will provide you our services fast Barsaleckm to die slow ..This and we wish you fire Mnamin where, God willing, And the end to say: “Those who fight a war can be avoided, While mistaken more than not fighting a war, imposed on him? And can not be avoided! If liberty Aqgualkm to her Adabott,,, is Felttsa your hearts to the freedom of our actions # War continues for another Zionist beloved land of Palestine..If there is no check on the freedom of your words, then let your hearts be open to the freedom of our actions # The war continues until the last Zionist remains on the beloved land of Palestine. CapoO_TunisiAnoO (Anti_juif) Death to “Israel”..Welcome to account Gaza hacker team..

The links of targeted websites and their mirrors are available here

To view past hacks by CapoO_TunisiAnoO click here

It seems that #Op_Israel will never come to an end, the hackers of the world are not ready to give up until the Israeli forces give up Palestine.  

At the time of publishing this article, most of the sites were restored and some of them were offline. 


Waqas

Waqas Amir is a Milan-based cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Waqas is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.