June 10, 2021
Published 7 days ago
DOHA—Qatar-based satellite television network Al-Jazeera has faced continual failed hacking attempts over recent days.
Official websites and other affiliated platforms experienced "continued electronic attacks aimed at accessing, disrupting and controlling some of the news platforms" from last Saturday to Tuesday, Al-Jazeera said in a statement.
The peak of the cyber-attacks came on Sunday ahead of a documentary described on Al-Jazeera's Arabic YouTube channel about indirect talks between Israel and Palestinian militant group Hamas. The documentary also included a voice recording purportedly of an Israeli held prisoner in Gaza.
"Al Jazeera's service provider was able to monitor and fend off all the hacking attacks and prevent them from achieving their goal," the statement further said. No further details are shared so far.
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