Saudi hacker claims to post 1000s of Israel credit numbers

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January 3, 2012 02:54

 
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Saudi hackers claimed Monday to have published the credit card details of 400,000 Israelis.

Credit card companies say only hundreds of authentic card numbers were published in reality.

The hackers published the list of cards, names and other personal details on the One sports website, which was hacked.

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