Don’t worry; the culprits don’t read blog posts
In recent days, there were claims that the electronic infrastructure of many Israeli institutions briefly was taken over by anti-Zionists (I changed buzzwords they could google): a cyber security company, volunteers rushing to emergencies, the news sites of Haaretz, the Jerusalem Post, Kan, i24, Channel 2, Maariv, and Walla, and power plants, places of higher learning as TAU, the HU in Jerusalem and Chaifa, BGU, the WIS, our OU, and the IDC, the Central Bank, Army, and Secret Service. This is excellent.
Compare our immune system. Youngsters, who have the strongest bodies, are sick constantly with new viruses. They have the strength to go through these infections and build immunity. When we get older, first getting to know these intruders might be really life-threatening.
These electronic break-ins show exactly who needs to upgrade their anti-intrusion protection. This is much better than these computers and sites going down in the first phase of a war the haters are planning.
From the list of targeted institutions, we see they don’t just attack Jews. Pro-Palestinian news sites and an Israeli first-aid group were attacked too.
Meanwhile, the National Welfare Institute has declared the malicious group is trying to attack their site to create unavailability/prevention of service, but without success. It claims it succeeded, but that’s fake news. The IT and cyber workers of the National Welfare Institute are monitoring any such action or attempt and work to continue to secure the systems.
Even if all the security failures were really just accidents and have nothing to do with malicious intruders, they’re still good reminders and exercises.
Europe and the US also need to upgrade their cyber-protections. Racism makes Whites assume that only they can be computer-wise. They should only know how advanced many non-Western countries are already, if only to stifle and control their citizens and protect their tyrannical leaders.