Hackers release ‘new’ documents from Mossad Chief


Hackers have leaked further private documents belonging to Mossad Chief, David Barnea.

On Saturday, the “Open Hands” Telegram channel released Barnea’s Form 106, an annual statement of salary and tax information dated 2020 from his employer, the Israeli prime minister’s office.

“It seems that the director of the Mossad’s wage bill can be found in his wife’s ‘OLD PHONE’! Mr. Bernea [sic], are they sending your NEW documents to your wife’s OLD phone?? Are you sure that the leakage is just from your wife’s ‘OLD PHONE’?” it said in a message.

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Earlier, the channel published a video — with translations in English, Hebrew, and Arabic — showing the Mossad chief ’s ID card, several of his personal photos and flight tickets, and satellite imagery of his home, as well as tax papers addressed to his wife.

The video also included a clip of Barnea making silly faces, apparently during a video chat.

The channel said it had obtained the documents via an intelligence operation, which began against Barnea in 2014 after breaking into the database of the library in Hod Hasharon city, where his private home is located.


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