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  • Al-Jazeera Reveal Details For The First-Time On Hacking The Qatar News Agency

    Contributed By: Talal Kharrat - Edited By : Talal Kharrat

    Al-Jazeera

    Agencies (Qasioun) – The program "Ma Khafi Akadem", which was shown by Al Jazeera News Channel, revealed that the UAE planned to hack the Qatar News Agency (QNA), and that Saudi Arabia took over the task of implementation.

     

    Details were revealed in the program and shows the investigation results about hacking the agency, that said that the United Arab of Emirates could get a gap in QNA through a fake Azerbaijani company in 2016.

     

    It added "Azerbaijani company asked 3 Turkish companies to inform it with the technician gaps in the website of QNA to prepare a hacking plan which was implemented in a Saudi ministry in the capital city of Riyadh.

     

    Yusuf Al-Malky, Manager of QNA "I called my colleagues in Saudi Arabia, U.A.E. to inform them with hacking QNA, and I didn’t receive any respond, Bahrain News Agency didn’t publish any fake statements to the Royal Highness Prince, but the Agency's manager paid the price by exiling him from his position".

     

    5 June 2017, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E., Bahrain and Egypt imposed a land, air and sea on Qatar, claiming for supporting terrorism and it is denied by Doha.

     

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