Israeli security websites crash after Anonymous threat

On Friday, Anonymous accused Israel of engaging in “piracy on the high seas” after the Israeli navy intercepted the latest flotilla heading for Gaza and warned that it would “strike back”.

Today the following Israeli government websites crashed: Shin Bet, Mossad, IDF, IDF Spokesperson’s Unit, Health Ministry, Justice Ministry, Construction and Housing Ministry, Science and Sport’s Ministry, the President’s Residence, Immigration Authority, the Israel Land Administration and Israel Atomic Energy Commission.

The Deputy Director of the Israeli government’s Information Technology Unit, Ziv Slater, said: “It has nothing to do with an attack, no threat and no hacking. It’s just a systems malfunction.”

“If you continue blocking humanitarian vessels to Gaza or repeat the dreadful actions of May 31st, 2010 against any Gaza Freedom Flotillas then you will leave us no choice but to strike back. Again and again, until you stop,” Anonymous has warned.

Is today’s “system’s malfunction” the first of what will become many?

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Facebooktwitterrss
Facebooktwittermail

2 thoughts on “Israeli security websites crash after Anonymous threat

  1. Norman

    You can bet that the midnight oil is burning in Israel this day. Israel is being led to the brink by the mad men who have too much ego invested to stop their march to ruination.

  2. sharon-marie

    Yes ,but whom do we have to thank ? Who needs our help now?Is it possible to bring down that Government through cyber attacks ?I pray from the bottom of my heart we can.
    Can we also stop the journey that America is hell bent on putting Julian on ?this is the person we need to go all out to protect from the tyrants.!! Keep standing up people of Israel success will come once you remove yourselves from the settlements disband your crazy conditioned Army.and we can help blow up all your toys of destruction and then we can all live in peaceful co exsistance..sound good sounds like a plan?.:)

Comments are closed.