The personal information of nearly all Israeli voters was exposed online on Monday, a day before the country’s general election, financial daily Calcalist reported Tuesday.
According to the report, the leaked data, which includes registered voters’ addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth, is from a breach that took place in 2020. The data was exposed following threats made against Elector Software, which operates the voter-prompting Elector app, used by Likud and several other parties.– Source: Algemeiner
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