Iranian hackers say they hacked major Israeli cyber firm Portnox

Iranian hacker group Pay2Key says it has hacked the computer systems of major Israeli cyber company Portnox, days after the same group hacked Israel Aerospace Industries.

The hackers publish documents related to firms using Portnox’s services, including Amdocs, Bezeq, Elbit, El Al, the Clalit health provider and more, according to the Ynet news website.

The Iranian group says it seized almost 1 terabyte of data and has published just 3 gigabytes of it.

Portnox said in a subsequent statement: “Several hours ago it was published that our internal servers may have been breached by a group known as Pay2Key. We are currently conducting an intensive investigation in order to understand the scope of the event.”