The banking system of the Zionist regime came under the control of "savior hackers"

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Publish Date: 13:59 - 26 April 2022
Tuesday, 26 April 2022 (YJC)_While some Hebrew-language sources claim that a hacker group has succeeded in infiltrating the information of customers of Israeli banks, especially the regime officials, some Zionist media outlets are trying to downplay such a cyber attack.

The banking system of the Zionist regime came under the control of While some Hebrew-language sources claim that a hacker group has succeeded in infiltrating the information of customers of Israeli banks, especially the regime officials, some Zionist media outlets are trying to downplay such a cyber attack.

In this regard, the "rescue hackers" group has claimed responsibility for a cyber attack on the security infrastructure of Israeli banks, and these hackers have threatened to publish the information of customers and account holders in Israeli banks soon.

According to "rescue hackers", they are now able to transfer money to the customers of these banks by accessing the Israeli banking system.

The "savior hackers" also said in a statement that they had made a new incursion on the eve of World Al-Quds Day, and that Israel had to wait for more horrific and widespread cyber-attacks until World Al-Quds Day (April 29, 2022).

Following the news, Haaretz quoted the cyber agency as claiming that it had found no evidence of infiltration into Israel's banking system and hacking of personal accounts.

On the other hand, as World Al-Quds Day approaches, the Zionist regime's security apparatuses are on high alert for fear of cyber attacks.

In this regard, it is reported that the National Cyber ​​Agency of Israel (INCD) has issued a nationwide warning about possible cyber attacks on the eve of Al-Quds Day.

On its Facebook page, the Zionist organization issued some recommendations to strengthen protection against cyber attacks, advising the residents of occupied Palestine to open or download suspicious files, browse damaged websites or provide personal information such as passwords and Refuse account information.

According to the Zionist regime's National Cyber ​​Agency, Al-Quds Day has usually been the peak of the distribution of anti-Israel messages and attacks on the regime's websites in the past few years.

The banking system of the Zionist regime came under the control of The Zionists have been targeted by cyber attacks many times before and are always trying to downplay them.

Less than a week ago, Hebrew-language sources reported that Israeli news sites and servers had been the target of widespread cyber-attacks. Recently, the Zionist media was targeted by cyber-attacks, which completely rendered the websites attributed to the regime's cabinet completely inaccessible.

Last March, the Zionist regime's media reported a cyber attack on government institutions and announced that all websites of the regime's government ministries had been down. Zionist media at the time said that cabinet ministers were unable to access the sites and that the reason for this had not yet been determined. Israeli sources also announced that the postal site of the Zionist regime was also out of reach. Al-Mayadin news network reported, quoting news sources, that all the websites of the government ministries in the Zionist regime have been disrupted and that the ministers of this regime will not be able to open these sites.

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