Gaza hackers attack Israel Firefighters website

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January 13, 2012 03:22

 
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A group referring to themselves as the Gaza Hacker Team launched a cyber attack on the Israel Fire and Rescue Services website early Friday morning, in the latest of a string of cyber-terror attacks against Israeli interests.

The same group hacked into Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon's website last week. In Friday's attack the group placed a crossed out picture of Ayalon with footprints superimposed over his face on the Fire and Rescue Services site.

The hackers threatened to commandeer more Israeli websites and wrote "death to Israel" in Hebrew.

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