NSO's Pegasus spyware no longer effective in the UK

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NSO's Pegasus spyware no longer effective in the UK
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NSO's Pegasus spyware no longer effective in the UK

The Israeli firm blocked the +44 code in August 2020, says a source

Pegasus, the spyware tool developed by Israeli firm NSO Group and said to have been used in hacking campaigns worldwide, can no longer be used against mobile phones with UK numbers. A source close to...

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