The Israeli media reported the disruption in the operation of the regime's Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv due to the escalation of cyber attacks.

Iran PressWest Asia:  As Israel Hayom reported on Wednesday, many of planes flying to Ben-Gurion Airport were forced to change their route and land in other airports due to the escalation of cyber attacks in recent days.

The main cause of the incident was purportedly the increase in cyber attacks on navigation systems, especially the GPS system of Ben Gurion Airport, which totally disrupted the landing operations of planes in the Israeli airport.

The attacks' origins are not clear yet. 

The cyber attacks came as the airport is always full of passengers, whose number reaches 100,000 every day during the Jewish holidays.


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