It’s Almost Impossible to Tell if Your iPhone Has Been Hacked
A recent vulnerability in WhatsApp shows that there’s little defenders can do to detect and analyze iPhone hacks.
NSO Group Says It Didn’t Hack Jeff Bezos On Behalf of Saudi Arabia
The controversial Israeli spyware vendor denied any role in the bizarre saga of Jeff Bezos against The National Enquirer.
Israeli Hacking Company NSO Group Is Trying to Clean Up Its Image
The notorious and controversial Israeli hacking and surveillance tools vendor NSO Group has launched a big marketing campaign with a new website and Google ads.
Spy Versus Spy: How a Researcher And a Journalist Unmasked an Undercover Agent
This week on CYBER, we talk to the people who concocted a bold sting operation to unmask an undercover agent.
The Weakest Link
It’s Amateur Hour in the World of Spyware and Victims Will Pay the Price
We’re living in the golden age of spyware and government hacking, with companies rushing to join a blossoming billion dollar market. The weakest among us—activists or journalists—will suffer the consequences if we don’t regulate it appropriately.
State of Surveillance
They Got 'Everything': Inside a Demo of NSO Group's Powerful iPhone Malware
A source managed to see Israeli surveillance vendor NSO Group’s powerful iPhone malware up close. Despite a wave of highly controversial customers, the company appears to be popular worldwide.
State of Surveillance
Cyber Sleuths Find Traces of Infamous iPhone and Android Spyware ‘Pegasus’ in 45 Countries
A new report by digital human rights researchers reveals that the infamous spyware Pegasus, made by NSO Group, has traces in 45 countries around the world, including the United States.
Powerful Smartphone Malware Used to Target Amnesty International Researcher
Human rights charity Amnesty International has found hackers attempted to infect one of their researcher's phones with malware from Israeli vendor NSO Group.
NSO Group Employee Allegedly Stole Company’s Powerful Spyware for Personal Profit
NSO sells its potent iPhone malware to governments, including Mexico and the United Arabs Emirates. But according to a newly released indictment, a disgruntled employee stole the company's code and tried to sell it for $50 million worth of cryptocurrency.
DEA: ‘There Is No Silver Bullet’ for Going Dark
A presentation obtained by Motherboard shows the Drug Enforcement Agency accepting the reality of encryption.
The DEA Met With Controversial iPhone Hackers NSO Group
NSO Group's products have been linked to hacking attempts on journalists, activists, and dissidents.
Mexico Hacking and Spying on Its Citizens Is a 'Human Rights Crisis'
The illegal use of hacking tools by the Mexican government against activists and reporters has become a systematic policy of intimidation and harassment.
Gisela Pérez de Acha