Ex-Mossad chief says Likud app leaks as dangerous to Israel as coronavirus

The Times of Israel reports:

A former head of the Mossad spy agency sounded the alarm Wednesday about an app operated by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party ahead of next week’s elections, warning that using it was “a real security threat” and likening the level of danger it poses to that of the deadly coronavirus.

Twice in two weeks, Likud’s online voter-tracking efforts have resulted in leaks of the entire database of Israeli voters, including names, home addresses and other details, to the wider internet.

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