NSO

Zeev Elkin: No Israeli government involvement in alleged NSO-Whatsapp hack

WhatsApp has sued NSO accusing it of helping government spies break into the phones of hundreds of users across four continents in a hacking spree whose targets included top government officials.

By REUTERS
01/11/2019
Woman holds a tablet displaying WhatsApp's logo in front of the screen with the Facebook logo.
Israeli firm NSO's WhatsApp hacking targeted top government officials - report

Sources familiar with WhatsApp’s internal investigation said a “significant” portion of the known victims are high-profile government and military officials spread across at least 20 countries.

By REUTERS
31/10/2019
Facebook sues Israeli firm NSO over WhatsApp breach

"After the phone rang, the attacker secretly transmitted malicious code in an effort to infect the victim's phone with spyware."

By LEON SVERDLOV , TAMAR BEERI
30/10/2019
A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him
Is Amnesty right to say NSO failing new U.N. human rights test?

NSO: No violations and we already adopted UN guidelines

A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him
Has NSO changed its approach to human rights? - analysis

Amnesty has accused NSO of potentially illegal involvement in aiding oppressive governments in tracking or harassing human rights activists and journalists, NSO has rejected all of the charges.

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