Thursday 27 January 2022

Israel's War Ministry tightens supervision on cyber software following NSO scandal

The Zionist regime's War ministry announced Monday it will tighten its supervision on Israeli-made cyber products, following the NSO scandal which say dozens of state leaders and activists hacked by NSO Group's Pegasus spyware.

According to the ministry, states wishing to purchase cyber security products will now have to sign a revamped end user agreement, formulated by the ministries of defense and foreign affairs, Yediot Aharnot reported.


This summer, an international consortium of journalists reported that the Israeli firm NSO Group had helped governments spy on dissidents and human rights workers. Last week, Reuters reported that NSO Group’s software had also been used to hack the phones of at least two American State Department workers in Uganda or those specializing in the East African country.



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