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Many scammers reached out to Israeli soldiers on Facebook and got them to download infected data through applications such as Wowo Messenger, SR Chat and Yeecall Pro, the reported.
Once in, the programs reportedly gave hackers nearly complete access of the soldier's phone, including the camera and microphone.
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In response to the espionage, however, Israeli military officials launched a campaign to raise awareness of threats its soldiers face online and suggested increasing restrictions.
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A number of Israeli soldiers have fallen victim to an online spy plot engineered by Palestinian militant group Hamas involving fake profiles of women, Israeli defense officials told reporters Wednesday.
Dozens of soldiers had befriended social media accounts seemingly belonging to women and began flirtatious exchanges, according to the presentation hosted by the Israeli military.
Investigations by the Israeli military and intelligence agencies were conducted for months under the name "Operation Hunter's Network" and officials determined that Hamas, the Palestinian Islamic militant group in charge of the Gaza Strip, was responsible for the hacks.“There is, of course, a potential of serious harm to national security, but the damage that was actually done was minor,” the official told the Jerusalem Post.
The military has since wiped the compromised devices and said soldiers involved would not be disciplined.