While ships have started to go around the Cape, some ships have started to put "No contact with Isreal on their AIS to potential risks. Amid ongoing security concerns in the Red Sea and the Bab al-Mandab Strait, vessel operators are adopting innovative methods to enhance security. Typically, a vessel's Automatic Identification System (AIS) shares essential information like destination, direction, and speed. However, given the volatile security situation, some ships are leveraging this communication tool in unique ways to convey messages indirectly to potential threats.

Traditionally, the AIS is utilized to provide real-time data about a ship's status. Some statements as "For orders" and "not under command" might be labeled on AIS to caution others. 

Looking at this case, it could be said that vessels now try to send a message to Yemeni Houthis by stating they are not involved in the ongoing war conducted by Israel.