Report: Research ties Pegasus spyware on phone Jamal Khashoggi’s wife to UAE agents
Agents placed the spyware on her phone after seizing her from the Dubai airport in April 2018.
Meta takes down 7 hacking-for-hire operations that targeted 50,000 users
In one case, Meta removed 300 accounts linked to Israeli-based Black Cube that operated as fictitious personas to set up calls with targets.
NSO Group's latest spyware on par with nation-state abilities, researchers say
The analysis offers a window into the level of spyware the embattled spyware firm offered clients around the world.
NSO Group tech reportedly used to hack US officials' iPhones
The hacks mark the first confirmed hack of U.S. officials phones with the NSO Group software.
Apple alerts journalists, activists about state-sponsored hacking attempts after NSO Group suit
The notice validates, yet again, accusations that NSO Group's spyware is used to target journalists and political targets.
Apple sues NSO Group, spyware vendor known for helping governments hack critics
The suit creates even more problems for the notorious spyware firm facing global scrutiny for its practices and clientele.