OpIsrael: AnonGhost Leaks Hundreds of Israeli Facebook Account Credentials

The pro-Palestinian online hacktivist AnonGhost is claiming to leak hundreds of Facebook emails and passwords belonging to Israeli Facebook users for upcoming OpIsrael starting from 7th April 2015.

Hackers have pasted the leaked data on Pastebin along with a message for government and people of Israel.

The data contains emails and clear text passwords of alleged Israeli Facebook users. However, after analyzing the data we have found emails hosted on several Israeli ISPs such as walla.co.il, an Israeli web portal, BezeqInt, an Israeli Telecommunication Corp Ltd, zahav.net.il, another Israeli email service provider and Gmail etc.


We have found out data to be legit and never been leaked online before. So if your data is among the leak, change your password before it’s too late. 

The leaked data is available here.

The message left with the data was expressed in following words:

Greetings world we are AnonGhost. We are always here to punish you ! Because we are the voiceof Palestine and we will not remain silent ! We are the sound of the forgotten people, the freedom fighter in the cyberworld and our main targets are Zionism and Israhell, if you are asking why your website got hacked by us, its basically because we want to share our message and show the world who we are, we are not looking for fame but we have a goal to achieve. We support all hackers teams and we supporte all the freedom mouvement in the world. Muslims are everywhere - We will enter to Palestine soon :) remember this :D #OpIsrael Engaged, Expect us!

In March 2015, Anonymous and AnonGhost had warned Israel of a massive cyber attack on its military, government and civilian servers. The video message threatened Israel with an Electronic Holocaust.

“As we did many times, we will take down your servers, government websites, Israeli military websites, and Israeli institutions.” “We will erase you from cyberspace in our Electronic Holocaust.”

Watch the video below:


On April 7 last year a similar announcement was made by Anonymous but only a few of Israeli websites could be brought down, that too, only temporarily.

Read previous cyber attacks carried out under the banner of OpIsrael by clicking here.

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