Iranian Cyberattack Claims New Victim – and Israeli Hackers Vow Revenge

The Pay2Key group claims it managed to hack the data of yet another Israeli defense firm; meanwhile, a group of anonymous Israeli hackers is mounting a counteroffensive

Omer Benjakob
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Israeli firms are still being targeted as part of a widespread cyberattack being attributed to Iranian hackers calling themselves Pay2Key, with a new victim being revealed over the weekend. The attack has already seen at least 80 companies targeted, including Israel’s largest defense contractor, and has prompted the formation of a group of Israeli cyber-vigilantes who are vowing to mount a counteroffensive.

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