According to an Israeli media, accounts information clients of the banking system of the Zionist regime has fallen into the hands of hackers and is now available to the public in cyberspace.
According to the international group Tasnim News Agency, despite a very severe news boycott in Israel, the Hebrew-language website Israel News reported that dozens of Israeli websites were hacked and were unavailable over the weekend (Saturday ).
According to the site, to date, dozens of information databases have been attacked by hackers from around the world, including Turkey and Bangladesh, and slogans in support of resistance groups have been placed on the front page. Palestinian, especially Hamas.
The hackers also posted messages of support for the Palestinians and condemned the Israeli army attack on the Gaza Strip.
One of the sites attacked is the official website of the Jewish House Party.
A group of hackers also announced on Saturday night that they had hacked into the Israeli banking system and uploaded the banking information of various customers of various Israeli banks in cyberspace to prove their claim.
The Hebrew news site published the URL of the page where the hackers uploaded the information to these accounts, claiming that the action was carried out by Iranian hackers.
Israel News acknowledged the escalation of media censorship and said that Israeli media were not allowed to cover the issue at this time, so the actual scale of the attack was not immediately clear.
The site advises its users not to open any links if they are not completely sure of the source and to try to change the password for their bank accounts, emails and applications immediately.