Hamas spied on hundreds of Israeli soldiers by hacking World Cup and dating apps to use their phones to film inside their military bases

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ISRAEL has accused Hamas of hacking its troops’ smart phones through a malicious World Cup scoretracking app and two bogus dating apps. The Palestinian group, which has fought several savage wars with Israel, declined to comment. But Israeli military said the three Android apps ? since removed from the Google Play Store ? were designed […]
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