Malware spiked in days before Israel-Hamas hostilities began
Findings of cybersecurity study show spread of malware might be able to predict upcoming world conflicts.
The amount of malware attacking Israel rose dramatically in the days before the fighting with Hamas and in the lead-up to the conflict over Crimea earlier this year, researchers from cybersecurity firm FireEye found in a recent study.
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