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Hacking group Anonymous has promised that Israel will 'feel fear tingling in their servers' - Gadgets and Tech - Life and Style - The Independent

The group claims to have bought down websites belonging to several Israeli government bodies and leaked personal details from Israeli sites

An international branch of the hacker group Anonymous has started a ‘cyberwar’ against Israel, announcing this week that it had taken down several websites belonging to the Israeli government including that of the secret service agency Mossad.

The attacks, which have been announced by Twitter account @AnonymousGlobo, appear to have increased in frequency following the death of 22-year-old Tayeb Abu Shehada, a Palestinian protestor who was shot while wearing the group’s Guy Fawkes mask.

Earlier today @AnonmyousGlobo claimed to have leaked “personal details” from 70,000 users of an Israeli-hosted jobs site, and in the past week they have claimed to have taken down government sites including ones belonging to the Ministry of Justice and Bank of Israel.These incidents have reportedly been distributed denial of service attacks - a temporary method that overwhelms sites by directing large amounts of traffic to them, with most of the web addresses reportedly taken offline by @AnonymousGlobo currently online at the time of writing.
According to an earlier report on #OpSaveGaza by Mother Jones, the attacks have been coordinated by hackers “largely from the Middle East, Asia, and South America” although Anonymous campaigns against Israel have been in place since at least 2012.A spokesperson for the group told the site: "As a collective 'Anonymous' does not hate Israel, it hates that Israel's government is committing genocide & slaughtering unarmed people in Gaza to obtain more land at the border." In an earlier message posted by the group on 20 July, it promised that Israel would “feel fear tingling in their servers, and homes”.
Gaza Anonymous Hacking Attack Shuts Down 'Hundreds' Of Israeli Government Websites

The hacking collective Anonymous has warned it will launch more attacks on Israeli government websites after apparently disabling more than 500, in a wave of cyber offensives which it says are in retaliation for Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.

A spokesman for Anonymous told The Huffington Post UK in broken English via Twitter: “I'm doing this for the Palestinian. The Israeli government must pay by the WHAT is he doing with the people Palestinian. [sic]”



It also claims to have leaked personal details of 70,000 users of the Israeli government jobseeker website zerem.co.il.
The hacking onslaught began at the weekend, with Anonymous claiming to have broken through complex cyber security for sites including some connected to Israeli Defence Force and Mossad, the Israeli secret service. Its attacks are being focused on websites using the gov.il and .il domains, the collective says.
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O_O What the frock?
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Please pray for Gaza!!!
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What kind of Shitty shit is that?
Anonymous Hackers Target Israeli Government Sites Including Mossad



The "hacktivist" group Anonymous took responsibility Monday for bringing down several Israeli government websites, including that of the intelligence agency Mossad. "[The] government of Israel [has] experienced a small fraction of our anger," said the Twitter account @AnonymousGlobo, which claimed to represent the network. It posted links to the websites for various Israeli official websites - including Mossad, the Israel Defense Forces, the Prime Minister’s Office, the Justice Department, and National Security Council among others – at least some of which appeared to be down at 8:30 a.m. ET Monday.

The attacks began last week, according to the Twitter feed, but posts about the action began to escalate late Sunday and continued with a slew on Monday - including the final message: "We're back..." The group also posted a tribute to Tayyeb Shehadah, a 22-year-old protester who according to Palestine's MAAN news agency was killed during demonstrations on the West Bank on Friday. Photographs circulated on Twitter showed Shehadah wearing a Guy Fawkes mask, the symbol of Anonymous.



Israel says it has resumed air strikes in Gaza after Palestinian militants fired rockets following the end of a three-day truce on Friday morning.

The Israeli army called the renewed rocket attacks "unacceptable, intolerable and short-sighted".Palestinian militant group Hamas, which dominates Gaza, earlier rejected any extension of the truce, saying Israel had failed to meet its demands.Some 1,940 lives have been claimed in four weeks of fighting in Gaza.Israeli government officials said they had pulled out of Egyptian-brokered negotiations with Hamas and the other Palestinian factions in Cairo, stressing they would not "negotiate under fire".But Egypt called on both sides to return to the negotiating table.


Israel pulled its ground troops out of Gaza after saying it had achieved its aim of destroying Hamas tunnels

On Friday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) resumed its offensive on Gaza with aircraft, tanks and gunboats, attacking some 35 targets.A 12-year-old boy was killed in a strike near a mosque in Gaza City, Palestinian officials told the BBC.The IDF earlier announced it was striking "terror sites across the Gaza Strip" in response to renewed rocket fire.Militants began firing missiles from Gaza shortly before the ceasefire ended at 08:00 local time (05:00 GMT).

By Friday afternoon, the IDF said more than 52 rockets and mortars had been fired at Israel, wounding two Israelis.Israel's Iron Dome missile defence system had intercepted three rockets and 38 had landed in Israel, it added.The violence resumed after Israeli and Palestinian representatives failed to agree a long-term truce at indirect talks in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.Hamas said Israel had failed to meet its key demands, including the lifting of the blockade of Gaza and the freeing of about 100 prisoners released in exchange for Gilad Shalit in 2011 who have been re-arrested.The group also rejected Israel's call for the demilitarisation of Gaza. A spokesman warned the militant group was ready for "a long war".However, Hamas said the Palestinian factions were willing to continue the talks despite the fresh violence

Palestinian families were fleeing their homes in Gaza City as the truce ended


Israelis seek cover on near the Israeli-Gazan border as Palestinian militants fire rockets


The Israeli delegation left Cairo on Friday morning.
"Hamas is now continuing to fire towards Israeli civilians, while Israel fully respected the ceasefire and announced it is ready to extend it," a senior official told the BBC.On Friday afternoon, Egypt's foreign ministry called for an immediate resumption of negotiations on a long-term truce, stressing that only a few outstanding issues remained."The foreign ministry calls on all sides to rise to their responsibilities... and to return immediately to the ceasefire commitment and exploit the opportunity available to resume negotiations on the very limited sticking points that remain in the fastest possible time," a statement said.At least 1,890 Palestinians, mostly civilians, have died, according to latest United Nations figures.Israel's government says 64 soldiers have been killed, along with two Israeli civilians and a Thai national. It also claims that about 900 Palestinian militants have died in the violence.Israel launched Operation Protective Edge on 8 July with the stated aim of halting rocket fire from militants in Gaza and destroying the network of tunnels it said were used by militants to launch attacks inside Israel.On Thursday, the human rights group Amnesty International called for an investigation into what it said was mounting evidence that Israeli forces had deliberately attacked hospitals and health professionals in Gaza. The attacks have left at least six medics dead.

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Homeless Blackburn teenagers show where they sleep
Young people left homeless are sharing their experiences using photographs which reflect their lives.

The exhibition, shot mostly by former homeless youngsters, has opened in Blackburn Cathedral and was commissioned by Nightsafe a cathedral-based charity which works with 16-to-24-year-olds.A park bench was taken to various locations in Blackburn - which are central to the lives of the young people - before being used in several studio shots.



Photographer Chris Lamble, who works for a charity called Alternative Futures Group, mentored the young people, saying they decided to use the park bench as a prop because sleeping on a bench was one of the stereotypes associated with homelessness.



The locations included a shopping precinct where homeless people gather but also other venues such as Blackburn Rovers FC, where one of the young people said they had slept when homeless.



Other locations were chosen because they were had a particular meaning to the young people.

The outdoor images depict an anonymous young person to reflect the way in which homeless youngsters are invisible to wider society, said Nightsafe.



Danny, who featured in the outdoor shots, is a young person who was helped to turn his life around by the charity.

Images shot inside Mr Lamble's studio, he said, aimed to reflect the hopes and aspirations of the young people, who have either slept rough on the streets, in hostels or have been left "sofa surfing".



In two weeks' time the exhibition will be on display in Liverpool Cathedral.
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who gives a fuck about this trash?
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Shut the fuck up !
It's a goddamn gaming site and none of us lives in Gaza or Israel.

Get a goddamn LIFE.
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Originally posted by DenisaShut the fuck up !
It's a goddamn gaming site and none of us lives in Gaza or Israel.

Get a goddamn LIFE.
Agreed.
Bro , they need our hand to help them such as Pray , give money and more.
You are lucky to live in your country without any war.
Originally posted by Shawn
Originally posted by DenisaShut the fuck up !
It's a goddamn gaming site and none of us lives in Gaza or Israel.

Get a goddamn LIFE.
Agreed.
There are more topic's title not related with this game site.
And I no see you say like that to us

We are Anonymomus
Expect us!
Show your respect!

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Lol Shawn .

And Anony you sounds like a Jehova witness.
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Originally posted by DenisaLol Shawn .

And Anony you sounds like a Jehova witness.
But seriously, Who needs T.V now? :D
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T.V?
Originally posted by DenisaT.V?
television? *facepalm* xD
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Lol I thought so , I know that T.V means television but I didnt't understand the word T.V in his sentence .
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Originally posted by AnonymousGaza Anonymous Hacking Attack Shuts Down 'Hundreds' Of Israeli Government Websites

The hacking collective Anonymous has warned it will launch more attacks on Israeli government websites after apparently disabling more than 500, in a wave of cyber offensives which it says are in retaliation for Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.

A spokesman for Anonymous told The Huffington Post UK in broken English via Twitter: “I'm doing this for the Palestinian. The Israeli government must pay by the WHAT is he doing with the people Palestinian. [sic]”



It also claims to have leaked personal details of 70,000 users of the Israeli government jobseeker website zerem.co.il.
The hacking onslaught began at the weekend, with Anonymous claiming to have broken through complex cyber security for sites including some connected to Israeli Defence Force and Mossad, the Israeli secret service. Its attacks are being focused on websites using the gov.il and .il domains, the collective says.



Well, it is a not good effort hacking a few websites. /:

What difference would that make?

No lives are being saved whilst this group hack Israel’s websites.
Sure they can make the government pay. Yet lives will still be taken.

Whilst in places like Gaza innocent people are being killed...

^ We should focus on helping these people.