Israeli Hackers Strike Back at Anonymous OpIsrael, Expose Participants With Their Own Webcams (PHOTOS)

April 10, 2014 6:19 pm 75 comments

A resident of Indonesia that participated in OpIsrael. Photo: Geektime.

An Israeli hacker team published on Tuesday images and personal details of members of the Anonymous hacker collective who participated in the OpIsrael attack against Israeli sites earlier this week, Israel’s Channel 2 reported.

Israeli Elite Force gained access to the computers of 16 Anonymous members and was able to capture screenshots and photos of the anti-Israel hackers with their own webcams. The Israeli team published the information in a Dropbox document via their Facebook page, saying, “Anonymous, next time do not mess with us.”

The file includes the names of the attackers, their countries of origin, and usernames and passwords to various websites they use. Most participants were based in Malaysia and Indonesia, while others were from Portugal, the United Kingdom, Italy, Switzerland, Finland, Algeria and Saudi Arabia.

The lead pro-Israel hacker named on the document, Buddhax, said the ease in which he was able to infiltrate the computers of Anonymous members proves how amateur the anti-Israel attackers are.

“I’m not a great hacker, but I’m at least good enough to expose you,” he wrote. “Next time do not take part in an offensive against Israel. We know who you are, we know where you are. Praise Israel.”

“Everyone knows what ‘OpIsrael’ means, so after the publish of this DOX I’m sure Anonymous ‘hackers’ will think twice next time before they trying attack Israel,” the hacker said.

Lior Pollack, CTO of information security at 2BSecure, told tech site NEXTER that the “exposure carried out by a team of hackers shows that the level of sophistication is very high as shown by the use of advanced tools to reach PC attackers to obtain information, photographs from their cameras through a Trojan horse. It’s not easy, they had to lure the attackers to press all kinds of links to get the Trojan horse in.”

He added that “there is a challenge even in recognizing which tools used can be accessed. Their methods suggests they are much more sophisticated and experienced than those attacking from OpIsrael, who are basically just kids who do basic things.”

NEXTER reported that according to web security company Avnet Cyber and Security Information, “the Israeli hacker’s findings do not only indicate its level of sophistication, but it also indicates their ability to perform basic work better than the anti-Israel hackers.”

Earlier this week AnonymousOpIsrael broke into the Israeli Education Ministry’s website, as well as the websites of the Israel Postal Service and the Central Bureau of Statistics, Israeli daily Yediot Ahronot reported.

See photos of the Anonymous members below:

A hacker that participated in OpIsrael. Photo: Elder of Ziyon.

A hacker that participated in OpIsrael. Photo: Elder of Ziyon.

A resident of The United Kindgom that participated in OpIsrael. Photo: Elder of Ziyon.

75 Comments

  • why put pcs up of idiots that play games and try to be something they want to be, lmao you dont have a web cam plugged into your computer if you do things like this so this is why they only got the script kiddies lmfao We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us ahahahahahah

  • demons
    demons don’t forgive
    demons are reserved for doom

  • We Are Anonymous
    We Are 99%
    We Are Legion
    We Do Not Forgive
    We Do Not Forget
    Expect Us

    • anonymous on the web supports israel
      only the mainstream failbook anons
      want to delete the internet from a country …
      they does not have anything to do with the idea of anonymous ,
      anonymous have a complete section against these
      dumbasses :)

  • How can someone be praising Israel over this!? Seriously, they needed faces they hacked into some noob “hackers” cameras and told everyone they were the ones. But how do we even know they were involved!? they could take your face or my face and simply say you were one of the hackers. And even if they were involved that just proves how weak israeli systems were if they can be hacked by a bunch of “newbies”. I’m not with any side, but is clear the political message behind this was against the war itself. And it seems israel just defends this war, they seem to be pro-killing or pro-proving they are stronger regartless of how many inocent people gets killed. Palestinian bombing is just as bad, but israel has better defend systems, better shelters, better communication systems, international support, more economic support. Israel has the power to stop this war but they deside to keep going, to keep spending in war and in dead. And i think it will be terrible for civilians in Israel if this keeps going, because that war might eventually really turn to themselves.

  • Do not worry they will come back.

    They are Anonymous
    They are legion
    They do not forgive
    They do not forget
    Expect them

  • bravo Israel..
    take them down..

  • my face is not me watching a movie if you look better..if you want to know us can give you all of me I am not afraid of a corrupt government or a mason trying to rule the world through wars… I am not afraid of anyone sii what is published about these people is illegal can not prove that they are criminals if they try to help people and not to be a war for the interests..we fight against those who mock immunity citizens of this world .. our server will destroy and we will show that are just rubbish as we did before we do it again and I personally will fight to the death for justice and respect for humanity .. isral fuck fuck fuck america and europe .. they are terrorist groups plus banks plus those who do not respect the Constitution and make laws against citizens ..
    We Are Anonymous
    We Are 99%
    We Are Legion
    We Do Not Forgive
    We Do Not Forget
    Expect Us

  • Really ? I’m not 100% sure who is more stupid the people who got hacked and now their faces are all over this. Or the dumb comments I see posted here. So with all of this you managed to catch how many 16 people was it ? Out of an estimated how many that actually took part in any of this ?
    Enjoy your time in the limelight and in the spirit of fairness well done you did win this round but all you have done is potentially smartened up some kids and if they where stupid enough to fall for that again then they deserve all they get. We are not here to protect individuals if you do something stupid then pay for it and wear your consequences. We will however stick up for what we believe in and you will not target all of us indiscriminately because we are who we are.

    We are Anonymous
    We are legion
    We do not forgive
    We do not forget
    expect us

    • proisrael-nonisraeli

      “We are Anonymous
      We are legion
      We do not forgive
      We do not forget
      expect us”

      First, we expect you.

      Second, we do not forgive and forget either.

      Third, you are no longer anonymous.

      Forth, it does not matter how many of you there are.
      When we know one of you, we can find all of you.
      Still, there is good news for you – you will not be harmed physically because you are not a danger, you are just silly annoyance – piddly siht, if you prefer.

      • Dear all Israeli hacker – exspecially budhax..
        just wait for the next ops,
        just find me and we can start a cyber war game
        u just hack an amatur or newbie,
        we are anonymous,
        we are many,
        we everywhere.

        I am the one hack into NSA main server,
        i hacked US military db system,
        I hacked more than 500 server and 2000 pc
        only me..
        you just face me.
        show me ur talent
        i am here

        - Standing Proud and Rebel-

    • Tlllllllllllllll

      You got your azz kicked, Anonymousesesesss!!! LOL Love it! WEAK!! Love it!

  • Marsha Goldfine

    Good all should be caught. The US should check them out as being the Target Hackers

    • Hunter Watson

      On whose behalf should the U.S. “check out” hackers who pester Israel? We have enough problems protecting ourselves from Israeli espionage.

    • Lol, Can’t Israel do anything without the USA covering their ass? I truly think these faces are randomly chosen by Israeli hackers to lie to the public. But, even if these faces belong to the real anonymous hackers, they must not worry, because now we know our heroes. The heroes who stood up before the world’s biggest criminals. The world’s biggest terrorist group Zionist (Israel). Jewish community must raise up and stand against Israel and disassociate themselves from Israel’s war crimes before the world start hating them again.

  • Anonymous is not stupid, they will rise and comeback!

  • Ranen Bhattacharyya

    My admiration has risen several notches. Bravo. Don’t think these troublemakers will dare turn try their silly stupid tricks again.

  • saiful azad is 17 teen i gss..he just a kid..

  • wow,so impressive..but im wordering about this world is not safe anymore,everyone can see you…

  • Rede Batcheller

    Spectacular!!!!

  • I can’t help but feel left out. What does it take to have my pic and namez up there with the heroes of THE anonymous anyway? I haz cam, i haz inturnetz, i haz book in my face, why u no make me hero???

  • Keyboard Commandos Outed. Brilliant Work Israel.

  • This is hilarious! Next time send them the 10 plagues!

  • love you israel ,good work ,you are best hacckers,gad bless you

  • Great work.

    Why have you shown us only 4 from 16?

    I’d love to see them all and to see their Facebook pages.

  • Peter Lewis, I think I know him from here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWr30uoSCrw

  • Thanks, I’d totally love to click some links from known malware distributors

  • My deepest congratulations (good English?) to the Israeli Elite Force!

    Could you also use your cyber skills against sites like Rense.com, RealJewNews.com, TomatoBubble.com and similar that pollute cyberspace with lies and hate against Jews?

    Lot’s of young kids at the impressionable stage read that stuff assuming it’s factual.

  • Joe Loughnane

    This is the funniest article I’ve read in a long time. It shows up these ugly, basement dwelling anti-Israel loons for who they really are. Let’s make this go viral.

  • Sorry but this is pure Israeli propaganda. Maybe Israeli people can teach us how to use free RATs? Oh yeah congrats on learning how to cook a trojan!

    Those AnonOps skiddies are morons for downloading a RAT.

    I mean, yeah you can have your revenge, tell how much do you hate them, tell why they are wrong, etc… OK. You can make fun of them (they absolutely deserved it). But what the hell is “WE ARE PROFESSIONAL PWNERZ!” attitude dude…

    Seriously my 12 years old cousin does these types of things, are you really going to proud of this?

    • love your kind of pompous attitude. do you think taking a few months to build a RAT from scratch is a better way to go? buffoon.

  • banshee of the east coast

    send out the mossad kill them all

  • Wonderful, bravo Israel.

  • Alison Weston

    No surprises when it comes to the pics of these losers. Love comments.

  • Please show the haters you photographed in Finland. I want these haters outed.
    An Ysael Chai!

  • Pinhaus ben Yosef-Zion

    Mentally and physically deformed…

    • click on the “a Dropbox document” at the beginning of this article and it will take you to a pdf file that these zionist HackerHeros have posted. There you’ll see the Finnish sado as well, named Venni Moro Also has all his email and password details etc :) ) Enjoy

  • About all that publishing their webcam images is likely to achieve is for the cretins to either disable them when they are pursuing their hacking activities or masking themselves.

    Might have been more effective to quietly pass the webcam captures and IP addresses to authorities who deal with cyber crime and continue identifying more of these obsessive creeps.

    • You are assuming that turning on the webcam and grabbing the IP is all they can do. I suspect the Israeli counter-Espionage agents who did this likely can do a lot more if and when needs be.

    • The IEF that hacked into these peoples computers have also committed a crime and also risk being arrested. The anonymous hackers didn’t target IEF, so why target them? so it’s plain stupidity on the part of the IEF, they should let the government deal with it.

  • These guys all have one noticeable attribute in common–they’re really ugly. They probably became hackers because they have no social life….

  • Wonderful. May Israel live forever ( it will with genius’s like you guys)

  • Simone Harris

    What sad specimens of the human race who clearly have way too much time on their hands.

  • Bravo Israel! [Those OpIsrael hackers sure are an ugly, pathetic-looking bunch.]

  • These Israel-haters are not just bad hackers, but they’re pretty ugly, too.

  • Yehudah H Maccabee

    Peter Lewis;

    Ode to the Theme of Popeye (The Cartoon)

    “I’m Popeyed the Pimple Man,
    I’m Popeyed the Pimple Man…
    I hack at Israelis,
    Cause I love Ismaelis!
    I’m Popeyed the Pimple Man!!!”

  • Ori Rosenbaum

    Enormously ignorant, desperately lonely, clearly uneducated, confusingly angry, sadly pathetic and painfully photogenic.

    How do I join this amazing group of Islams best?

  • Bart A. Charta

    When does the counter-attack begin, since the IP addresses are known?

  • We, in Israel, will get you EVERY time…and our payback will NOT be worth your efforts!!

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel

    http://www.adinakutnicki.com

  • Viva Israel and it’s talented people!!

  • Larry Butchins

    Do these idiots really think they can take on israel when it comes to computer stealth ops??? Seriously? I wouldn’t be surprised if we dropped a little virus or two into their systems at the same time.
    kol ha’kavod!

  • I LOVE IT! Hahahaha! Have a great Pesach!

  • Anonymous Supporter

    Sad. OpIsrael means something to me. How much $$ did you guys spend building your rigs. Wait, America probably paid for your stuff too! I find it funny how previous attacks, Israel couldn’t do crap, this time, others attacked, and were “caught”. It just goes to show the level of intrusion the Israelis are capable of. Probably got a “how to guide” from the NSA.

    We Are Anonymous
    We Are Legion
    We Do Not Forgive
    We Do Not Forget
    Expect Us

    You won this round, now, its our turn.

  • They are all as ugly as their fetid minds are twisted. Hideous, simply no other adjective for them. No wonder they spend all the time they have on their computers. They self-evidently have no other life. Which self respecting person (female or male) would even THINK of any involvement with creatures like these.

  • Love it!!!!!

  • Why didn’t they wipe out their harddrives ?
    When will you learn to fight back in kind ?

  • Fantastic!! Eye for an Eye…
    Hacking into other people’s computers is not a good thing, but some people only understand that language..
    Well done!!

  • Sombatyoner Chosid

    מזל טוב לסייבר גיבורי מדינת ישראל. געהאקטע צרות אויף דעם אויב המקולקל והנאלח

    “Congratulations Cyber ​​Heroes of Israel. Gahakta trouble oif dem broken and filthy enemy”

  • M.A. Kinamohn

    Great work!

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