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Sunday, July 18, 2010

Turkish hackers steal personal details of tens of thousands of Israelis

Turkish hackers have stolen personal details (email addresses, passwords, credit card numbers, etc.) of tens of thousands of Israelis (the number I saw was 70,000) in the aftermath of the Mavi Marmara incident.
It is believed that the hackers utilized the "phishing" method and "Trojan Horse" viruses to steal personal information of Israeli web surfers.

Wolf said that Turkish hackers have been able to use the information to penetrate Israeli bank accounts, use Israeli credit cards and open accounts on different websites. Wolf has contacted numerous Israeli websites about the information breach and also informed Israeli police.

According to Wolf, there was dispute amongst the Turkish hackers in the online forum on whether it was correct to use the information for financial gain. Some hackers felt that using the information to steal money would undermine their political agenda. There was also a discussion of what the Koran says is permissible to do with the money of infidels.
If you're an Israeli, go here and follow the instructions.


At 8:34 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

This evidence is not going to sway those who won't hear, see or do anything about Turkish hostility towards Israel.

What could go wrong?


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