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Damage and information war

Technology has become a favorite tool for protest and activism. A Gaza hacker team has created newspaper headlines around the world.

 

23. October 2012: Israeli police find that all their computers have been infiltrated and compromised. The worst thing is that it has taken them a whole week to figure it out, and malware has spread to other government agencies. The result is that the servers of the police are taken down, the internet connection is cut off and the use of memory sticks is banned. This lasts for another week.

In February 2014, the same thing happens again when hackers break into the Civil Administration for Judea and Samaria, the Israeli agency that handles all administrative issues for A and B areas. . .

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