A dating app for religious people has been hacked - hackers claim: "we will leak information"
A group of hackers launched an attack against websites of the ultra-Orthodox religious community - and corrupted them.
In addition, the attackers claim to have hacked into a dating app, and will soon leak personal information
Yanon ben Shoshan
Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 11:49 p.m. Updated: Thursday, August 11, 2022, 12:07 a.m.
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A targeted attack against the ultra-Orthodox religious community:
a pro-Palestinian hacker group broke into the Hidbrot website tonight (Wednesday), as well as the dating app for the ultra-Orthodox community "7 Blessings" - which has not been active in recent hours.
"We now have the information about your private relationships, including the text of your chats and romantic partners," the hackers' Telegram page said.
The attackers also wrote: "These days you have seen that the power of our missile operations has been completed, and now with your private information and emotional relationships, our information capability has also been completed."
In addition, the website of Channel 2000, the largest Jewish channel on the net, was also hacked and vandalized by the group.
"We are always ready to fight the enemy at any time and in any place," read the message that appeared on the website's main page.
The applet "7 blessings" (photo: screenshot)
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