Israeli spyware Pegasus snooped on Indian Journalists through Whatsapp | Master Stroke

31 Oct 2019 10:54 PM

Israeli spyware Pegasus snooped on Indian Journalists through Whatsapp | Master Stroke

Updated 31 Oct 2019 10:54 PM

As WhatsApp snooping of human rights activists and journalists in India reached political corridors on Thursday, an RTI reply accessed by IANS has revealed that the Indian government flatly denied either purchasing or planning to purchase the infamous software in question developed by Israeli cyber intelligence company NSO Group. According to cyber security experts, the victims of the latest WhatsApp spyware attack may have lost important personal information including location data and email content.

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