Hacker group claims to steal 3 million users’ data from Israeli hiking websites

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A previously unknown hacker group on Saturday claimed to have stolen personal data of some 3 million users from a pair of Israeli hiking companies.

In a statement posted on social media, “Sharp Boys” said it possesses 500 gigabytes of data from hacking Lametayel, a chain of stores that sells outdoor equipment, and the Tiuli hiking website.

The group said the data included usernames, emails, phone numbers and passwords, and shared photos of spreadsheets that included some details of users.
 

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The entire population of Israel is only 9 million, many of whom are children. So the hackers' claim is patently false.
 

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The entire population of Israel is only 9 million, many of whom are children. So the hackers' claim is patently false.
I don't know logic is one thing, reality is another
The news may be true and the pirates may lie.
But the data is always leaking.:cool: