Sun, 24 Aug 2008
A major gaffe by the Israeli military has cast shadow on the efficacy of security measures put in place by the regime's defense ministry.
Many were gripped by shock after an Israeli TV channel found out that anyone could watch live the regime's top secret missile tests using a simple satellite dish.
According to the report, defense ministry transmissions from a camera at the control center of a secret missile test had been available for all those who tuned in. The transmissions were originally meant to connect various control sites.
People in other Middle East countries including Iran and Syria were also able to witness "the top secret" missile test.
The report said all conversations at the command center including passwords of the defense ministry's computers could clearly be heard in the footage.
Security experts say it is not clear how many people have witnessed the test and how much top secret information has been leaked in this way.
Israeli officials have not commented on the revelation.
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