In a report published earlier this week, the Israeli military has accused Hamas cyber-operatives of attempting to lure Israel Defence Forces (IDF) soldiers into installing malware-infected apps on their phones.
A former employee of NSO Group, a company that sells zero-days and powerful spyware products to governments around the world, has been arrested and charged in Israel for stealing some of the company's products and attempting to sell it on the Dark Web for $50 million.
An Iranian cyber-espionage group attempted to pose as one of the cyber-security firms that exposed its previous hacking campaigns in an effort to spear-phish people interested in reading reports about it.
On Saturday, US State Department-designated terrorist group Hezbollah announced that Facebook and Twitter had terminated its main accounts.
An anti-Israel & pro-Palestinian data wiper called IsraBye has been discovered that pretends to be a ransomware. Unfortunately, even though the lock screen implies that the files can be recovered, the contents of the files are actually replaced with an anti-Israel message.
Israeli authorities have officially charged two 19-year-old teenagers for running vDos, a DDoS-for-hire service, the largest such platform at the time it went down in the autumn of last year.
Anonymous members who wanted to participate in this year's annual #OpIsrael cyber-attacks were the targets of an intelligence gathering operation carried out by an unknown threat actor.
Members of the Hamas Palestinian militant group have posed as women and tricked Israeli soldiers into installing malware on their phones, a member of the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) said last week.