Anonymous Says It Hacks into Israeli Military Database

Anonymous Says It Hacks into Israeli Military Database

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The Anonymous hacker group said that after penetrating into the Israeli regime’s Justice Ministry, it now possess 20 gigabytes of data, including nearly a quarter-million documents related to the Zionist military.

Anonymous issued a statement on Friday, stating that it has hacked into the Israeli military (aka IDF) and will reportedly showcase the military documents.

The group noted that it is in control of over 20 gigabytes of data, encompassing over 233,000 documents, including PDFs, Word files, PowerPoint presentations, and more, the Jerusalem Post reported on Friday.

The hackers' accompanying video displays excerpts from PowerPoint presentations featuring Israeli military personnel, with slides bearing logos of General Staff departments.

Earlier this month, an Anonymous source said it has hacked into the Justice Ministry, acquiring 8 million files totaling 300 gigabytes, including personal details of listed individuals. Some of the hackers, operating under the Anonymous banner since 2003, reiterated their vow to "destroy the Zionists."

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