Apple Sues NSO Group For Hacking Apple Users Using State-Sponsored Spyware

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Apple sued NSO Group for exploiting Pegasus to hack devices and spy on innocent victims. Apple has registered a lawsuit against the Israeli manufacturer of commercial spyware NSO Group.

The NSO Group was sued earlier by Facebook for creating and using an exploit for a zero-day vulnerability in WhatsApp in May of that year. And now it has been sued by Apple, well it is the second major technology company to sue the NSO Group in the United States. 

FORCEDENTRY Exploit of NSO Group

Apple has filed an official complaint in the U.S. District Court in San Francisco against the Israeli company NSO Group, following reports that its spyware was used to break into an iPhone belonging to a U.S.-based human rights activist. 

However, the complaint adds all-new data on FORCEDENTRY; an exploit for a now-patched vulnerability that was previously used to break into a victim’s Apple device and install the latest version of NSO Group’s spyware product, Pegasus. 

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