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Haaretz: Alleged Iran-linked website leaks secret ‘israeli’ data

A group of international hackers, active in attacking Israel and Israeli organizations, launched in early April a new website dedicated to publishing leaks from a series of breaches carried out against sensitive databases and websites in Israel in recent months.

According to Haaretz news website, this website or platform is called “Cyber Court” and hackers affiliated with it have already attacked websites linked to Israel’s war ministry in what seems like the latest escalation in the proxy wars between Israel and Iran.

A type of Wikileaks of pro-Palestinian hacktivists, the website provides a platform for pro-Palestinian hackers of different levels to post the digital loots they extract from Israeli systems.

The website has already published links to leaks including thousands of documents it claims were obtained by hackers who broke into websites and administrative portals connected to Israel’s war ministry and its national insurance institute.

The Israeli occupation state has been facing a wave of cyberattacks since the start of its genocidal war on the Gaza Strip.

In the last two months, hackers have claimed they have managed to hack into systems belonging to Israel’s justice ministry and even obtain materials from the Negev nuclear research center in southern Israel’s Dimona.

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