In the news in the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, it was stated that the websites of various official institutions of Israel were subjected to a cyber attack by a hacker group called "Anonymous Sudan". In the news, which was recorded that the Mossad and Israel National Insurance Agency's websites could not be accessed, it was reported that the cyber attack was claimed by the hacker group "Anonymous Sudan".
The group "Anonymous Sudan" also made a statement on its Telegram account, "This attack is preparation for a major attack," used the phrases. While the Mossad did not make a statement on the subject, the Israel National Insurance Agency confirmed that its official website was hacked.
In the news published by The Jerusalem Post on April 4, it was stated that the websites of leading universities in Israel were subjected to a cyber attack by a hacker group called "Anonymous Sudan".
According to the news in Anadolu, it was noted that due to the attack, the websites of Tel Aviv University, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, University of Haifa, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel Open University and Reichman University could not be accessed.
In its news on April 5, The Jerusalem Post newspaper reported that Israel Public Broadcasting Organization (KAN), i24 and Channel 2 were cyber-attacked. In the news in the Israeli media on April 14, it was stated that the Israeli postal company, unnamed big banks and electricity company could not be accessed for a short time due to the cyber attack.