Russian hackers attacked the Israeli parliament: what does Iranian drones and Ukraine have to do with it

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Russian hackers attacked the Israeli parliament: what does Iranian drones and Ukraine have to do with it

Cybercriminals left an encrypted message saying that the website of the parliament was attacked due to Israel's support for the Ukrainian side in the war with Russia.

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Russian hackers hacked the official website of the Israeli Parliament. This was reported on the air of Channel 12.

Russian cybercriminals attacked the website of the Israeli Parliament on Wednesday, October 26th. Cybersecurity specialists have dealt with this attack. But for some time the site was unavailable. Also, MPs could not use their e-mails for some time.

It is already known that failures in the site were organized by the group of hackers “Killnet”. It is believed that they are directly close to the leadership of the Russian Federation.

In addition, the cybercriminals left an encrypted message in which they accused Israel of helping Ukraine.

According to journalists, the attackers are under “help” meant Israel's statement that its specialists have strong evidence of the use of Iranian drones by the RF Armed Forces in Ukraine.

Who are Killnet hackers

The Killnet group has been active since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, attacking not only Ukrainian systems, but also the Internet resources of Ukraine's allies. Engineers and programmers are actively working to close the backdoors that allowed DDoS attacks and strengthen the cyber infrastructure. Haltqvist said that such attacks cannot cause tangible harm, the material says.

In addition, Russian hackers sent out viruses under the guise of subpoenas. They made an e-mail newsletter of PDF files containing, in fact, malware – i.e. malware.