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Microsoft: Iranian cyber mobilized for Hamas after October 7 massacre

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A new report by technology giant Microsoft shows how hackers from Iran sided with Hamas after the October 7 massacre.

Iran's cyber operations made use of new technologies, including AI © Mena Today 

A new report by technology giant Microsoft shows how hackers from Iran sided with Hamas after the October 7 massacre.

According to tests by the company's teams, Iran's cyber operations made use of new technologies, including AI, and all of its attacks were accompanied by online influence attacks. 

However, no proof was found of coordination between Iran and Hamas on the day of the massacre itself.

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