Canadian digital rights organisation The Citizen Lab claims to have found evidence that mobile spyware known as Pegasus, sold by the Israeli firm NSO Group, is being used in at least 45 countries.
The human rights group Amnesty International says one of its staff has been targeted with powerful smartphone malware known as Pegasus which is sold by an Israel-based company NSO Group.
A sacked employee of the Israeli cyber security form NSO Group Technologies stole the source code for the company's Pegasus spy software and tried to sell it on the dark web for the equivalent of US$50 million in cryptocurrency.
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