A suspected state-sponsored attack saw dozens of iPhones hacked using an iMessage vulnerability that remained unpatched for about a year. The attack was a so-called zero-click because it did not require the victims to take any action – the hack was enabled simply by receiving a text message.
The victims of the attack were Al Jazeera journalists, and it is believed that it was carried out on behalf of Saudi Arabia and the UAE governments, using spyware developed by the Israeli company NSO Group. These reporters are suspected to be a “tiny” fraction of iPhones hacked using this method …
The Guardian reports it.
Spyware sold by an Israeli private intelligence company allegedly was used to hack the phones of dozens of Al Jazeera reporters in an unprecedented cyberattack likely to have been ordered by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, according to leading researchers.
In a stunning new report, Citizen researchers …
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