Anonymous Sudan Strikes Israeli Telecoms Giant in Cyber Attack over Gaza Conflict

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Anonymous Sudan has claimed responsibility for a recent significant Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on the infrastructure of a major mobile network operator and telecommunications company in Israel.

The company Israeli is Partner Communications Company Ltd., and was formerly known as Orange Israel. As a mobile network operator, internet Wi-Fi provider, fixed telephony service, OTT/IPTV provider, it plays a crucial role in the communications landscape of Israel.

Anonymous Sudan claims that the attacks are in response to Israel’s genocidal campaign on Gaza.
Following the announcement, many users have reported increased lag and latency issues. These are expected to worsen over time as the effects of the DDoS attacks take hold. Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks can cause significant disruption to a company’s operations by overwhelming their network with traffic, leading to service outages for customers.

Anonymous Sudan’s announcement

Anonymous Sudan also warned of potential collateral damage to 012 Smile, another major Israeli internet and mobile provider. The group ominously stated “attacks against Israel will continue” until their demands related to the situation in Gaza are met.

This isn’t the first time Anonymous Sudan has made headlines with their cyber attacks. Recently, Anonymous Sudan have launched multiple DDoS attacks against major Telecom companies in Egypt and Bahrain.

Mohamed Nabil Ali

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