Hackers shut down Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, El Al websites

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Hack will come in the wake of series of cyber attacks over the previous two months, and only a day following Hamas telephone calls for harsher hacking makes an attempt towards Israel.

Hackers shut down each the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) and El Al’s respective internet sites on Monday, 1 day right after a hacker network threatened to have out assaults on both websites.

The network, which goes by the identify “nightmare team,” was capable to cause significant difficulties for both websites. By ten A.M., TASE's web site was only partially functioning, while El Al’s web site did not operate at all.

A trader at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

Adhering to the assault, Israeli Standard bank ordered to block IP addresses from Saudi Arabia, Iran and Algeria, fearing hackers could penetrate databases of Israeli banking companies. Even ahead of Israel Financial institution gave the get, Discount lender and Lender Leumi blocked international accessibility completely ( via haaretz.com ).

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