Hackers Aid Protests Against Iranian Government with Proxies, Leaks and Hacks
Several hacktivist groups are using Telegram and other tools to aid anti-government protests in Iran to bypass regime censorship restrictions amid ongoing unrest in the country following the death of Mahsa Amini in custody.
“Key activities are data leaking and selling, including officials’ phone numbers and emails, and maps of sensitive locations,” Israeli cybersecurity firm Check Point said in
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