A hacker group reported infiltrating facial recognition software

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A hacker group reported infiltrating facial recognition software

A hacker group has announced the infiltration of facial recognition software.

The hacker group, GhostSec, has announced that they have hacked an Iranian software that violates privacy and is used for surveillance and monitoring. The software has capabilities such as facial recognition and motion sensors, and the group has gained access to its information.

This hacker group has launched a Telegram channel on the fifth of Shahrivar and has also included the slogan ‘Women’s Freedom’ in it. They have named this software ‘Fenap Behnama’ and claim that it belongs to Fenap company.

According to what Fenap officially announced in 2016, this company, in collaboration with another company called Behpoosh, introduced a surveillance and image processing software called Behnama at an exhibition on the sidelines of the fourth Cyber Defense Conference.

GhostSec claims to have obtained 20 gigabytes of information from this software, including source codes related to facial recognition systems and motion sensors.


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