The Qatari-based network says all hacking attempts to “access, block” or “control” some of its news programs and websites have failed.
Al aze azira media network condemned the series of cyber attacks against its services this week, saying that it reserves the right to take legal action against those involved.
A statement from Qatar’s network said on Wednesday that the attackers had tried to “access, block” or “control” some of its news programs and websites.
All attempts at hacking between June 5 and June 8 were observed and thwarted.
Al-Aze Azira said most of the attacks took place on the evening of June 6, before the screening of the film “Catching Resistance”, an episode of “Al-Aze Azira Arab”. Ma Khafia Atam (Which is bigger?) Documentary series.
“Al-aze Azira condemns these cyber-attacks and reaffirms its right to prosecute criminals,” the network said in a statement.
“Such attacks only increase Al-Azira Azira’s determination to pursue bold, exemplary journalism,” he added.
Al aze azira started its first broadcast as an Arabic-language satellite channel in Doha in 1996.
It has since expanded to include several media outlets, including TV channels, websites, and other digital platforms in other languages.