WhatsApp is lying NSO … Pegasus is spying on US allies

The NSO Group has denied that its spyware has been misrepresented as hacking phones again, but WhatsApp tells a different story.

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Cathcart said NSO’s reports match the findings of the 2019 attack on WhatsApp, and he also believes human rights activists and journalists were victims.

The executive was responding to allegations that governments used Pegasus to hack the phones of 37 people. Those targets were also on a 2016 list of more than 50,000 phone numbers that included activists, journalists, and politicians, though it’s not clear anyone over 37 has fallen prey to the attacks.

NSO strongly rejected the allegations about the hack and the list, insisting that there is no factual basis and that the list is too big to focus solely on potential Pegasus targets, as Cathcart directly challenges, questioning whether WhatsApp exec has other alternatives to its tools that would help thwart Pedophiles, terrorists, and criminals using encrypted software.

Cathcart cited 1,400 people as possible evidence that the number of targets was too high, whatever the truth, it’s safe to say that WhatsApp won’t shy away from lawsuits (or war of words) anytime soon.

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