A man who systematically undermined phone security wants to be paid to secure vital infrastructure. What could possibly go wrong?
The notorious spyware firm disputes one technical detail in articles written by Tomer Gannon based on whistleblower testimony.
QuaDream independently developed methods to install spyware using the same FORCEDENTRY vulnerability as NSO Group.
After two years of evaluation, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation decided against using the notorious Israeli-developed spyware shortly before the Biden administration blacklisted its makers.
Court orders to permit surveillance were reportedly only requested if incriminating evidence had already been found using Pegasus.
Privacy-conscious customers of Apple will be concerned about the way vulnerabilities have been exploited.
This month’s international round-up of news about the one-ring scam includes some unjustified optimism about its ‘eradication’.
Hackers took control of Telegram, Gmail and Yahoo accounts with the intention of tricking the victim’s business associates.
A confidant of the murdered Saudi is suing an Israeli business whose spyware was found on his phone.
Two law suits accuse NSO Group of participating in illegal spying in the United Arab Emirates and Mexico.