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A piece of software was used to spy on activists and journalists | Digital Trends Spanish

An investigation by various investigative outlets, including The Washington Post, The Guardian and Le Monde, revealed how spyware Pegasus, which belongs to the Israeli surveillance company NSO Group, was used to hack the smartphones of journalists, activists , business executives and politicians around the world. This software is sold to governments to track down terrorists and criminals. The investigation had access to about 50 thousand telephones, identified as belonging to persons of interest to NSO Group clients. An Avast threat analyst explained that Pegasus is a remote access tool with spyware capabilities, that is, a tool with which you can remotely monitor a person's phone and access certain elements such as the camera or microphone. , in addition to carrying out some actions s...