Hackers attacked the Israeli Defense Ministry: Information was leaked

A group of hackers called Moses Staff said it successfully carried out a cyber attack on the Israeli Defense Ministry and published files and photos obtained from the Ministry’s servers. This is reported by The Jerusalem Post.

Moses Staff’s website claims that the group hacked more than 165 servers and 254 websites and collected more than 11 terabytes of data.

“We have been following you for years, every moment and every step of the way. All of your decisions and applications are under our watch. In the end, we will strike you,” the hackers wrote in their Telegram group.

They said they had access to confidential documents, including reports, operational maps, soldier and unit information.

“We are going to publish this information so that the whole world will know about the crimes of the Israeli authorities,” the hackers reported.