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Islamic Jihad cyber terrorist hacked IDF drones

Islamic Jihad cyber terrorist Maagad Ben Juwad Oydeh was indicted in the Beersheba District Court on Wednesday for hacking the IDF's drones hovering over Gaza, enabling Hamas commanders to view the drone videofeed.

An indictment filed by the Southern District Attorney's Office also charged Oydeh with hacking into the IDF, the police and the transportation authority's videocameras, enabling the terror group to study the location of civilians and IDF personnel in real-time as it was firing rockets during conflicts.


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Moreover, the hacker was allegedly able to access footage from highway cameras inside Israel. Through his ability to access information, the terrorist was able to obtain data on deployment of Israeli security forces and civilian personnel during rocket strikes and wars in Gaza, according to the indictment.
The suspect also allegedly developed an application that compiled data on movement of aircraft at Ben Gurion International Airport. The application is said to have provided data on passenger lists, plane types and weights, and arrival and departures times.


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