A group of Anonymous hackers launched a series of attacks on a number of internet sites in Israel.
In such attacks, the group is turning out some of the sites or change the look by installing a pro Palestinian messages.
The campaign is named OpsIsrael for the purpose of replying to the military offensive carried out on Gaza.
Hackers attack comes along at a time when Israel’s military upgrading its website by adding achievements and badges for visitors.
Anonymous said they launched a campaign of OpIsrael following the threat the Government of Israel to cut all telecommunication networks in the Gaza Strip.
This is according to the group in a statement published on the website AnonRelations, “breaking the line in the sand.
“We are ANONYMOUS and no one turned off the internet in our supervision, he said.
The group warned the Government of Israel not to turn off the phone and network sites and urged a military operation in the Gaza Strip at the end.
If the attack is not over, Israel will feel the wrath of a full and uncontrolled of this group.
A few hours after the statement was published, Anonymous lists 87 sites that claimed to have been hacked as part of OpIsrael.
Most of the site was defaced or changed in appearance by displaying a message of support for Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.
Anonymous also produced an information package for Gaza residents about alternative ways for them to communicate if the other telecommunications and internet connection disconnected.
At the same time when Anonymous attack Israel site, Israel’s armed forces change their blog anniversary by giving rewards for people who frequently visit and interact with their sites.
Israel’s military website adds a game, CalledIDF Ranks, which gives the figures for visitors if collected will get a virtual military ranks.
A visitor coming to the site as much as 10 times will get a badge if consistent and often use the search field will have the rank of officer of the researchers.
The military says it stopped a few moments because this site is experiencing an incredible density.
Since Wednesday (14/11) then, this site started to provide information directly related to military operations against Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
In the same way, Hamas also provide comments directly linked rocket attacks into Israel via Twitter.
Since tension escalated in the Gaza Strip, both sides are actively using social networking sites to do war proganda.