In Response to ‘Pathetic’ Anti-Israeli Hacks, Israeli Hackers Show Saudi Arabia What Real Hacking Looks Like

Budding cyber warfare in the Middle East has all the maturity of a first grade sandbox.

On Monday, the websites of vital Israeli businesses like the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, El Al Airlines, and three Israeli banks were subject to denial of service attacks. Those attacks followed weeks of cyber warfare from hackers claiming to be pro-Palestinian. A Saudi hacker who operates under the pseudonym OxOmar, for example, published the credit Read More

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  1. a.n another says:

    they never hacked the saudi stock exchange full of lies as usual was up and trading today as normal 
    http://www.tadawul.com.sa looks online to me

    1. Nitasha Tiku says:

      Thanks for the comment. That information came from Haaretz, but I’ve updated the post with the Financial Times take on the IDF-TEAM attacks.

  2. Kain says:

    So in response to a civilian hacking protest…

    Israel uses government hackers to deliberately attack another nation who had nothing to do with it?

    Collective punishment again, eh Israel?