Anonymous hacked Israeli army servers

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Anonymous hacked Israeli army servers

Anonymous hackers have hacked Israeli army servers.

According to the Hebrew news website Rotter, eighteen gigabytes of confidential IDF information has been stolen by an unknown hacking group.

Upon reviewing the leaked information, it was revealed that 200,000 classified documents containing employee identities, location details, top-secret directives, and Israeli army infrastructure blueprints have been extracted.

Since the beginning of Operation Sword of al-Quds, multiple cyber attacks have been carried out by the resistance axis against Israeli infrastructure, indicating the vulnerability of Israeli infrastructure.

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