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The iPhones belonging to nearly three dozen journalists, activists, human rights lawyers, and civil society members in Jordan have been targeted with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware, according to joint findings from Access Now and the Citizen Lab. Nine of the 35 individuals have been publicly confirmed as targeted, out of whom six had their devices […]

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Ukrainian telecom operator Kyivstar was the target of a cyberattack that knocked internet access and mobile communications offline on the same day Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is in Washington to boost the case for additional military aid. The operator said in a Tuesday post on Facebook that personal data of subscribers appears to have not […]

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Governments could be using push notifications to spy on phones, a top US Senator has warned. Google and Apple phones process push notifications through servers belonging to the tech giants, allowing governments to potentially demand access to this data. Messages, breaking news, and other priority updates all generate push-notifications, meaning that encrypted data, potentially including […]

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