From CTech, a “technology news site by Calcalist, Israel’s leading financial daily”:
Recent claims that Israel’s voting system for the upcoming election had been hacked and the personal details of 6 million Israelis have been compromised are bogus, according to Israeli government officials and cyber experts.
On Saturday, an anonymous Twitter user claimed that the details of 6 million Israelis have been obtained following a system hack, posting as proof a screenshot of the personal details of several dozen Israelis—including name, address, ID number, and phone number. The user claimed the hack was part of an annual hacking campaign targeting Israel. The anonymous user did not post a link to the data he claimed was obtained, preventing experts from assessing his claims.
Dubbed OpIsrael, the hacking campaign has been taking place on April 7, the eve of the Holocaust Remembrance Day, since 2013, targeting both government and private entities.
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