Computer company suspects hackers sabotaged Likud primaries' computers
Tzvika Raz, of the company that ran the computer systems at the Likud primaries, told Yedioth Ahronot that his company suspects that a cyber attack might have been the cause of technical malfunctions in the voting polls.


A source familiar with the day's events, however, claimed that the computer systems were unprepared, and that some of the system checkups were conducted at the last minute. (Sagi Cohen)