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A hacking group Sunday reportedly launched a cyber-attack against Israeli government websites, including the Mossad webpage, in a cyber-protest marking the ninth anniversary of the 2006 Israeli war on Lebanon.At least four Israeli governmental websites were offline after a group, calling itself the "Kadimoun Organization" reportedly hacked over thirty Israeli websites in a move dubbed the "Imad Operation". The Kadimoun Organization that was reportedly behind Sunday's attack is a congregate of sub-groups.Their official Facebook page was inundated with updated lists of Hebrew websites that were rendered inaccessible.
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