The Meta Moshe group of Iranian hackers, which published on the Internet footage of the terrorist attack in Jerusalem, filmed by a surveillance camera, obtained them by hacking the system of one of the defense departments, not the Jerusalem municipality.
The mayor’s office of the capital and the police say they do not have a video from the bus stop where the attack took place. They also don’t know who owns the camera. The Iranian hackers claim they have other videos in their possession, which they promise to release in the future.
In the footage they released, people can be seen waiting for a bus at a bus stop just outside Jerusalem. A few seconds later there is an explosion, and everything is covered in smoke. People are seen running away. In the next fragment, the street is already blocked, police and rescuers are on the scene.
Note that in 2021, the same group published a large package of information, including the data of hundreds of IDF personnel and pre-army cadets, as well as databases of hundreds of thousands of Israelis, stolen, according to them, from the Israel Post.
Meta Moshe also released the personal documentation of employees of Israeli companies and claimed to have high-resolution satellite imagery of Israel.
“We have been monitoring all your activities for a long time, step by step, minute by minute,” say The group also released personal documentation of employees of Israeli companies and stated that they had high-resolution satellite images of Israel at their disposal.
“We have been monitoring all your activities for a long time, step by step, minute by minute,” the Hebrew caption in the publication said.