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NSO Group employee allegedly stole source code worth 'hundreds of millions of dollars'
The indictment says NSO Group employs 500 individuals and is valued at at least $900 million. The company has been on sale on closer to $1 billion and, according to one employee, makes over $200 million in sales per year.
The zero-day industry tries 'transparency' in Dubai
In an industry that tends to be quiet by design, Crowdfense is deliberately making noise.
Tor's ex-director thinks ISS World gets a bad rap
"I don't think ISS World is controversial at all," Andrew Lewman told CyberScoop. "I think it's a training exercise. If you're working with law enforcement, that's where they go to learn about the cool new technology."
Israeli firm selling WiFi interception kit that can be used remotely
Jenovice Cyber Labs' Piranha exploits vulnerabilities in WiFi networks to connect an attacker to as many as 50 targeted devices at once.
Israeli startup touting 'the longest' range Wi-Fi spying tool in the world
WiSpear's new product can grab Wi-Fi signals "the longest interception ranges" and can be designed to "integrate with any infection system."
Israeli hacking firm Ability under SEC investigation, adding to its woes
Ability Inc. is now facing SEC investigation, on top of multiple class action lawsuits, over the fact that it does not own the code to its flagship product.