I would not mess with Cyber Israel. That's hopefully a lesson that Muslim hackers will draw from their lame efforts to hack Israel's internet services last week.
The essence of this is that there is the Jewish spirit that goes beyond patriotism... the innate and inherent survival spirit that has made the Jews survive during millennia while other cultures and civilizations have gone under into oblivion where no one even knows they ever existed.
The enemy should not be mistaken. While we have many Jews who betray our cause, there are those few of us that can make up for legions when the need arise.
The enemy is put on notice:
"G-d is with us. We will not tire, we will not falter, and we will not fail."
Israeli hackers bring down Arab monetary sites
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
'Israel Defenders' hackers post in forum that attacks are response to "lame" Saudi attack on Israelis.
Israeli hackers said they brought down the official websites of Saudi Arabia's Monetary Agency and Abu Dhabi's Securities Exchange on Tuesday in retaliation for a denial of service attack on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange the previous day.
Both official websites did appear to be offline following the announcement by the Israeli hackers. An Israeli hacker told The Jerusalem Post that members of the Israel Defenders internet group were behind the attack.
The Israeli hackers said in a forum message that their actions came "because lame hackers from Saudi Arabia decided to launch an attack against Israeli sites," noting the denial of service attacks against TASE and El Al, as well as three Israeli banks on Monday.
The hackers warned that "this is only the beginning," adding that "there may be disruption to the [Saudi] government's stock exchange site" as well.
"If the lame attacks from Saudi Arabia will continue, we will move to the next level, which will disable these sites longer term," they said, adding that the damage could last "weeks or even months." The hackers signed their message "IDF Team."
Also Tuesday, another Israeli hacker named "Anonymous 972" published the email details, including passwords, of 89 Saudi university students. "Usually we do not like to hurt innocent sites, but there is now a cyber war, and every war has victims," the hacker wrote. "Every time an Israeli site get[s] hacked, the same thing will happen to Saudi sites," the hacker added.
On Monday, 0xOmar, the Arab hacker who claims to be from Saudi Arabia, and who has been behind a wave of internet attacks on Israeli sites, told The Jerusalem Post he did not take the threat of retaliatory strike by a network of
Israeli hackers seriously. "No one from my country would suffer!" he said in an email.
0xOmar said he would continue to organize cyber attacks on Israeli sites until the government apologized for what he described as a "genocide against Palestine."
Earlier on Monday, a pro-Israeli hacker named Hannibal published the details of 30,000 Facebook account holders from Arab countries. He said he could publish 10 million bank details and 4 million credit card companies belonging to Arab citizens if web attacks on Israel continued.