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Iranian ‘Black Shadow’ Hacking Group Breached Israeli Internet Hosting Firm


Iranian hacking group Black Shadow breached the Israeli internet hosting company Cyberserve, taking down several of its sites hosted by the firm. The group also claims to have stolen data and threatens to leak it. Some of the websites hosted on Cyberserve’s servers were unavailable on Saturday morning. The company hosts the sites of the Dan and Kavim public transportation companies, the Children’s Museum in Holon, the Pegasus travel company and the blogsite of the Kan public broadcaster. Later the group decided to publish some of the stolen data because the company did not contact them. “They did not contact…

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