An undercover investigation revealed an Israeli team that has been involved in 33 presidential elections around the world. One of the team’s services is a software package that controls thousands of fake social media profiles on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Telegram, Gmail, Instagram and YouTube
On Monday the Guardian, the New York Times, and the Washington Post each published a different news story about Israeli technology – all with a common thread: unscrupulous practices targeting innocent people that Israel considers a threat.
Identified by Google, an Israeli spyware company has enabled government hacking of social media and email accounts of over 100 journalists, activists, and others.
From If Americans Knew founder, Alison Weir. Hackers have been perpetrating a distributed brute force attack on our site – there have been over 3,000 failed login attempts from around the world! At the same time, YouTube has removed 2 of our videos and restricted our latest one – see it here… Please help us overcome these attacks!
Mexican and UAE investigative journalists and human rights defenders have had their smartphones hacked by a secretive Israeli-made system. An infected phone gives the perpetrator access to movements and location, emails, WhatsApp messages, and passwords, and can even turn on the phone’s camera and microphone.