Saudi Hackers exposed personal information of 400 thousand Israelis

A Saudi Hacking  Group-XPA hackers have claimed  that they have hacked Israel’s famous and leading sports website  and leaked  personal information – including credit card numbers of over four hundred thousand Israelis.

According to Army Radio reports, the Credit card companies said that ”the list is repetitive and contains details of hundreds, not thousands of Israelis”.

Below is a Screen shot of Saudi hackers message.

On Monday, when people were visiting One’s website, they were automatically redirected to another webpage on pastebay.com, where a hacker by name of  xOmar left a message for the visitors to download a linked file containing  database of Israelis and their personal information, family details, including names, home addresses, telephone numbers and credit card, telephone, passwords, and ID numbers.

According to www.haaretz.com, ”The file included a number of lists with the details of tens of thousands of persons. One of the lists included what the hackers termed 65 Zionists, who purchased products from a website called Judaism. Another list included the details of 500 people who donated to rabbis.

In another message left by the Saudi hacker, he is a member of  Wahhabi hacking group and he has already hacked several Israeli websites in past where Israelis were frequently buying from their credit cards. His group’s plan was to hack credit card numbers of  over one million Israelis.

He said” “We decided to give the world a gift for New Years – the personal information of 400 thousand Israelis,”

The website One said in a statement that ”they were looking into the issue, and shortly after the page was hacked it returned to normal activity”.

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.