A hacker group, apparently from an Arab country or countries, claimed on Wednesday that it had breached the Israeli WebGate company's server and gleaned information stored in its Web pages. The hacking comes six months after a Saudi-based hacker group published the credit card numbers and personal details of what it claimed were more than 400,000 Israelis on the Internet. Israeli credit card companies later said the number was closer to 15,000.
The new group said it would publish the information it gathered in stages, and has already released lists containing personal information, Facebook passwords, images of checks and credit card numbers belonging to thousands of Israelis.
Source: Israel Hayom