After Mossad Chief Hack, Iranian Hackers Taunt Israel

Mossad chief’s supposed pay stub is the latest leak claimed by a group of Iranian hackers; experts say the leaks are more PR exercise than genuine attack on Israel

Omer Benjakob
Omer Benjakob
Omer Benjakob
Omer Benjakob

“Are you sure that the leakage is just from your wife’s ‘OLD PHONE’?” a group of purported Iranian hackers wrote on their Twitter and Telegram channels this week, after Israel denied claims that the phone of the Mossad chief’s spouse had been hacked and materials from it leaked online.

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