There has been heavy criticism of the police’s use of one of NSO Group’s tools to hack suspects' cell phones and routinely collect data beyond what court orders stipulate.
Mexican opposition congressman Agustin Basave Alanis said on Tuesday his phone was infected by Pegasus.
In the second probe, the office said that judicial authorities had received evidence that NSO had been "illegally selling" Pegasus, without providing more details.
The officials include Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, a senior military official, and two local diplomats.
Israeli spyware firm NSO Group, which has been facing heavy criticism as of late for providing its Pegasus spyware to illegal organizations, is seeing some major staffing changes as of late.
Israel Bar Association President Avi Himi said that despite Monday's report absolving NSO of the original list, it actually rains down pretty hard on the police.
The team did find that police had collected data they were not legally allowed to collect, although they did not use it.
Despite the Biden administration's outrage over the potential deal, some US intel officials "quietly supported" the L3Harris deal, NYT reports.
A senior White House official expressed concern regarding the implications of the potential deal on US national security.
If the Biden administration does so, it will be a dramatic change in policy that is likely to draw harsh criticism from within the Democratic Party.