WEST BANK (Dispatches) – A hacker has claimed to have stolen the personal information of around seven million Zionists in the occupied territories by intercepting the website used by municipalities.
The hacker who goes by the name Sangkanicil claims to have hacked City4U the website used by the occupying regime’s municipalities and began publishing the personal information of some people in the occupied territories including drivers’ licenses and tax returns, the Jerusalem Post has reported.
The information obtained is now said to be for sale.
The Zionist regime has proved to be porous in numerous hacking attacks in recent years, with activists using such activity to air support for Palestinians living under its occupation. However, if this hack is found to be true, it would be the biggest in the occupying regime’s history with the private information of some 80 percent of the population falling into the hands of the hacker.
The Zionist regime’s tech firms claim to be ‘world leaders’ in hacking software and the NSO Pegasus software has been found to have been used by authoritarian regimes to oppress, target, and kill dissidents.