[Opinion] Israeli NSO spyware found on phones of Jordanian, Bahraini women’s rights activists

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The phones of two activists for women's rights in the Arab world were found to have been infected by Pegasus spyware developed by the Israeli offensive cyber firm NSO group. A digital forensics investigation revealed the findings early Monday in a report that highlighted the gendered aspect of hacking. The report stressed that women targeted by this spyware face risks beyond those of their male peers.
4 months ago

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Haaretz

Israeli NSO spyware found on phones of Jordanian, Bahraini women’s rights activists

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4 months ago·Tel Aviv- Yafo, Israel
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The New Arab

NSO 'found on phones of Jordanian and Bahraini women's rights activists'

The phones of two women activists in the Arab world have been infected by Pegasus, adding to a long list of human rights defenders targeted by the Israeli software.

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Palestine Chronicle

Israeli Pegasus Spyware Found on Prominent Human Rights Activists’ Phones in Bahrain, Jordan

The phones of two leading activists for human rights in the Arab world were found to have been infected by Israeli Pegasus spyware, according to Israeli media. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported on Monday the findings of a digital forensics investigation conducted by Dublin-based human rights group Front Line, which examined the mobile phones of Bahraini human rights activist Ebtisam Al-Saegh and Jordanian human rights lawyer Hala Ahed Deeb.…

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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