Boris Johnson's office was the target of NSO spyware, report claims

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Boris Johnson's office was the target of NSO spyware, report claims
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Boris Johnson's office was the target of NSO spyware, report claims

A Pegasus operator linked to the UAE is thought to have carried out the attack

Israeli firm NSO Group's powerful Pegasus spyware was used to infect a mobile phone connected to the UK Prime Minister's Office in 2020 and 2021, a report released by Toronto-based Citizen Lab has claimed....

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