After Gaza ceasefire, MoleRATs hacking group continues to target Middle Eastern governments
It’s an example of how, alongside the violence that has long marked the Israel-Palestine conflict, there are often much subtler efforts by digital spies to access networks.
Suspected Iranian hackers pose as ransomware operators to target Israeli organizations
Certain Iran-linked hacking groups are increasingly willing to use tactics associated with financially motivated criminals, researchers say.
Misinformation on Israel-Gaza violence prompts Facebook 24-hour tracking program
The death toll continues to rise.
Facebook tackles hacking groups with apparent ties to Palestine, Hamas
Facebook said it took steps to halt hackers associated with Hamas, as well as Palestine's Preventive Security Service.
South Sudan worked with Israeli surveillance company to monitor citizens, Amnesty finds
The government has a pervasive digital and physical surveillance regime, advocates say.
Researchers suggest 25 countries are using a kind of mobile spyware that monitors texts, location
Circles exploits mobile phone vulnerabilities via a hard-to-detect bit of surveillance, according to Citizen Lab.