Syber attack:A special Interior Ministry site collapsed due to an attack

Posted on Oct 31, 2018 by Ifi Reporter

A special site set up by the Interior Ministry ahead of the municipal elections collapsed tonight due to an attack by hackers
The Interior Ministry promised to publish the results in real time via an interactive map, but in practice they could not be accepted
Due to a malfunction, the interactive map was not available for most of the night when the votes were counted. Even when it was available, it was impossible to understand how many percent of the votes were counted
Our correspondent, Sharon Idan, added that the Ministry of the Interior's designated site was back in operation before noon


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