During June 1, 2010, the second day after the takeover of the Turkish flotilla, hacking activity against Israeli sites increased, and as a result, more sites were being attacked and vandalized.
Most of this activity is documented below:
Netuzman Hack Team – http://raichman.co.il
Megaturks.Net – http://puah.org.il
KAR!M – http://www.bst.co.il
SyRiAn_34G13 – http://www.ifa-il.org.il
aB0 m0h4mM3d – http://widetech.co.il, http://vinocigar.co.il, http://pisty.co.il, http://nunbetbooks.co.il, http://kolnessziona.co.il, http://kasum.co.il, http://hypnosis.co.il, http://hiseeyou.co.il, http://fionola.co.il, http://ekodik.co.il, http://bvn.co.il, http://adbakery.co.il, http://tali-rights.org.il
HEXB00T3R – http://israel2.com/images
Caprazates.org – http://www.superdeal2.co.il
b0zkurt – http://www.balanceclub.co.il
A-G-C – http://www.ashdot.co.il
p4r4d0x – http://www.koinonia.org.il
Vezir.04 – http://www.ico.org.il/forum/down.asp
Xsmartchildx – http://www.innersense.co.il/media
1. All in all, at least 19 hackers – most of them Turks – attacked at least 54 Israeli websites.
2. For now, the attack mainly targets different commercial and business websites, with a small number of attacks targeting organization websites.
3. At the moment, one cannot see combined and coordinated activity of the hackers against Israeli websites and especially not against organizations, government sites, telecommunications, banking, infrastructure and more.
4. Even if it’s not part of a major offensive, it is undoubtedly a rising wave of attacks against Israeli websites, with a rise in the number of the attacks, by any measure, in comparison to an ordinary day.