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100,000 Israelis data hacked by Turks via Pizza Hut…

Lucian Constantin reported this week that the personal information, including paypal and credit card details of around 100,000 Israelis was obtained by Turkish hackers from a number of compromised websites. This came to light when the information of over 32,000 Israeli internet workers, including government employees appeared in a spreadsheet on a hacking forum.

Later on, the details of another 70,000 were found in a file hacked from Pizza Hut.

Apparently according to Lucian, many people consider that theft of money from “infidels” is acceptable according to the Quran.

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