Anonymous Hackers leaked 600,000 credentials from Israeli portal Walla!

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An anonymous hacker going by the name of AnonSabre has managed to breach the servers of the popular Israeli web portal Walla. As a result of the security breach, hackers dumped around 600,000 email accounts and passwords. The hack was done as part of the operation called "#OpIsrael".

The hacker first uploaded the compromised data in 93 separate pastebin posts(pastebin.com/6BYg2suP). The links in question are dead at the time of writing.

The leaked credentials were first found by PwnedList, a service that helps users figure out if their account credentials were stolen as part of a hack.

“The data leak included 583,083 credentials. The passwords were hashed and salted, but the salts were leaked as well.” PwnedList .

Walla has confirmed the breach, but the representatives say that the leaked data is useless because the passwords leaked by the hacker are encrypted.
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