An unprotected database belonging to the Likud party had exposed the personal data of over 4 million Israeli citizens. The database was left open to the public for almost five days before it was secured.

According to a report from Haaretz, the database contained the details of those who supported the party. For each and every person in the registry, the Likud database included the associated full name, address, mobile phone number, and ID number. The database also contained voting preferences of individuals in relation to the Likud party.

For some citizens, social security numbers were also exposed due to the leaky database.