Dangerous spyware Pegasus thwarted..
Time to relearn the lessons of COINTELPRO?
“Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions, or hundreds of millions of Americans?”
“No, sir. … Not wittingly.”
You may recall that infamous perjurious exchange from March 2013 when Director of National Intelligence James Clapper appeared before the U.S. Select Committee on Intelligence.
A few days ago, the New York Times detailed a proven dangerous spyware tool named Pegasus, bought by the F.B.I. Pegasus, developed by the Israeli cybersecurity company NSO Group Technologies, is capable of remote zero-click surveillance of both iPhones and Android phones. If Pegasus infects your phone, the spyware allows operators to view messages and photos, record calls and secretly activate your phone’s microphones - all without the user’s knowledge.
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