Pegasus Spyware may have compromised EU staff smartphones

28/07/2022 | Reuters

The European Union has uncovered evidence that employee smartphones were compromised by spyware. The discovery came following an investigation after Apple informed EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders that his phone might have been hacked by NSO Group's Pegasus spyware. While the investigation "did not find conclusive proof" that the phones were hacked, some evidence suggested the phones had been compromised. NSO Group confirmed it would cooperate with an investigation.

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