NSO makes state sovereign immunity claim to defend from Facebook lawsuit

CEO Shalev Hulio tells US court his customers are only sovereign states or their intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

Silhouettes of mobile users next to the Whatsapp logo, March 28, 2018.
WhatsApp takes step toward winning spyware lawsuit after NSO no-show

WhatsApp sued NSO in October after finding evidence that the hacking firm had abused a flaw in the app's popular chat program to remotely hijack hundreds of smartphones.

Jared Kushner told to replace phone after Jeff Bezos was allegedly hacked

Kushner reportedly used WhatsApp, which is the app that bin Salman allegedly used to hack Bezos several months before the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Bezos hacked by Saudi crown prince months before Khashoggi murder – report

MBS and Bezos were reportedly having a conversation on WhatsApp when a malicious file was sent to the Amazon owner's phone.

WhatsApp glitches, users unable to send media files

The popular messenger appears to be glitching.

Tel Aviv District Court discusses Amnesty International’s request to revoke NSO’s export license, Fe
Court shuts doors on Amnesty bid to revoke NSO license

The case has huge implications for national security and human rights.

Main entrance to the Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer
Israel's leading hospital provides health services via WhatsApp

The WhatsApp service makes it possible for patients to request and receive information 24 hours a day as well as facilitate secure document transfer - all done with one easy phone call.

WhatsApp flaw threatening group chats identified by Israeli experts

Check Point said its findings were disclosed on August 28 to the social media giant, which quickly developed a fix to resolve the issue.

Woman holds a tablet displaying WhatsApp's logo in front of the screen with the Facebook logo.
Israeli cyber firm NSO employees sue Facebook for blocking private accounts

“Blocking our private accounts is a hurtful and unjust move by Facebook,” the statement said. “The idea that personal data was searched for and used is very disturbing to us.”

Silhouettes of mobile users next to the Whatsapp logo, March 28, 2018.
WhatsApp bug allows hackers to plant malware using video files

Sending a "specially-crafted MP4 file to a WhatsApp user" could allow hackers to access information on users' phones.

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