Pro-Iran hackers target Israeli radio station's site on 'Quds Day'

Publication titleJerusalem Post, The: Web Edition Articles (Israel)
A video replacing the livestreams showed the word "hacked" and a number of Israeli logos as the sound of a siren played followed by a recording in Arabic and a video of the Temple Mount and a rocket being fired

The sites targeted included 100FM, 102.5FM, 91FM, Radio Sol and Hidabroot. The livestreams on the first four websites were not working as of the time of writing, while the livestream on the Hidabroot channel was working.

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The hacker group behind this attack seems to be "Hackers of Savior," the group that in May 2020 hacked the website of The Jerusalem Post and hundreds of other Israeli websites. In that attack, the group replaced the pages with an anti-Israel video and message in Hebrew and broken English: "The countdown of Israel destruction has begun since a long time ago [sic]."

A Telegram channel apparently associated with the group posted on Thursday night: "Now hear our voice from the Holy Quds, the capital of Palestine. On radio stations: 100 FM, 96, soel and ..." The post was accompanied by the video that replaced the livestreams on the Israeli sites ending with the text "We will turn all of Palestine into hell for you."

The group threatened that it would "unveil the next surprise in the next...

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