Middle trick?Foreign media: At least 9 employees of the US Affairs Department Apple mobile phone were invaded with Israel company spyware

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Middle trick?Foreign media: At least 9 employees of the US Affairs Department Apple mobile phone were invaded with Israel company spyware

2021-12-04 18:03:47 58 ℃

[Global Network Report Reporter Zhang Xiaoya] Is the US State Department "in the trick"? Reuters 4th broke the news, according to four insiders, at least 9 Apple mobile phones from the US State Council employed by an unidentified attacker use the complex spyware developed by Israeli NSO Group.

According to two sources, these hacker attacks have taken over the past few months, and the attack object is either a US official in Uganda or is the person who focuses on this East non-national affairs.

Reuters said that Apple did not indicate the manufacturer of spyware used in this hacking attack to the affected user. However, the report broke the news that these intrusions were the most widely hacker attacks conducted by US officials through Israeli NSO Group.

According to reports, it is reported that the victims of Apple notified include American citizens, and it is easy to recognize the US government employee, because they will contact their Apple ID with their Apple ID at State.gov's email address. Together.

For related events, Israeli NSO Group said in a statement on a declaration on a statement in a statement, but there is no signage, but cancels access to related customers and investigations. "If our survey shows that these behaviors do use NSO tools, such customers will be permanently terminated and will take legal action," NSO spokesperson said that NSO will also "cooperate with any relevant government departments and provide us All information you have. "

Reuters said that the Uganda Embassy in US Embassy has not been asserted. Apple's spokesperson also refused to review. In addition, the US State Department spokesperson refused to express a comment on hackers, but mentioned the US Department of Commerce recently included this Israeli company to entity list.