Malaysia Experienced 3,000 Cyberattacks Daily After Stating Support For Palestine

Defence Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin said hackers aim to spy, listen, and monitor movements and conversations concerning the Palestine issue, among other subjects.
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Defence Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin revealed that the national defence system faces approximately 3,000 cyberattacks daily, particularly following Malaysia’s declaration of support for Palestine.

These attacks, originating from diverse sources, are not only aimed at monitoring Malaysia’s stance on the Gaza conflicts but also entail attempts to breach the national defence infrastructure, according to Bernama.

The frequency of these attacks surged subsequent to Malaysia’s announcement regarding the Palestinian issue.

Khaled said they pose a significant threat as they may not only breach the system successfully but also enable unauthorised access, surveillance, and eavesdropping on the government’s activities and discussions related to Palestine and other topics.

Hence, it is evident that on a daily basis, Malaysia contends with roughly 3,000 cyberattacks, reflecting the relentless efforts of various entities to infiltrate the systems.

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