Mossad riddles Israelis on Independence Day

The obscure riddle, first reported on by the Hebrew site Mako, shows blurry rows of Mossad logos, some only partially visible.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 10, 2019 05:50
Mossad hacking challenge

Mossad hacking challenge. (photo credit: screenshot)

The Mossad marked Israel Independence Day on Facebook with what appears to be an enigmatic riddle. 

The obscure riddle, first reported on by the Hebrew site Mako, shows blurry rows of Mossad logos, some only partially visible. It is fashioned like a screenshot from a videotape, with the word “play” in the upper left corner and the time stamp 00:01:11.
The post links to the site https://r-u-ready-4.it/ and appears to be a part of a film with the caption May 14, 1948, the date of the establishment of the State of Israel. Underneath its reads, "Mossad hacking challenge."




Mako conjectured that the purpose of the post might be to recruit potential people to join its ranks. Those who figure out the riddle could apply.


According to Mako, this is not the first time the Mossad has used such tactics to find the country’s most intelligent people. After all, the Mossad, short for HaMossad leModiʿin uleTafkidim Meyuḥadim, is the national intelligence agency of Israel.
 



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