Iran-linked Hackers Leak Data From Israeli LGBTQ Dating Site

The Black Shadow group, released the data of 1,000 users of the Atraf dating site, some of whom are likely closeted, which it stole by hacking the Cyberserve web hosting company

Amitai Ziv
Amitai Ziv
Amitai Ziv
Amitai Ziv

The Iran-linked Black Shadow hacker group, which infiltrated the servers of Israeli web hosting site Cyberserve, has started leaking the data it has stolen from an LGBTQ dating site on Sunday.

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