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WhatsApp claims Pegasus spyware has tried to hack more than 700 times

Pegasus, the WhatsApp spyware developed by the Israeli NSO Group, has a long and unpleasant history of presence and attacks around the world, particularly in the United States and Mexico.

In recent months, Facebook has waged a legal war against the company responsible for this program. What came to uncover uncomfortable situations in history between the two companies.

WhatsApp claims Pegasus spyware has tried to hack more than 700 times
WhatsApp claims Pegasus spyware has tried to hack more than 700 times.

The struggle remains active, and now WhatsApp has entered the process as a branch of the large conglomerate Facebook. Record new complaints and talk about attacks discovered by the NSO group on their servers. And it turns out that the situation is delicate.

In the new charges, the famous messaging app team claims that the NSO Group has attacked its structure at least 700 times.

And to carry out this offensive, American servers from QuadraNet would have been used; as well as an Amazon server.

This is a delicate accusation as it would expose the NSO group a wrong company. Because, as you’ve always said, you are not allowed to operate in the United States and can only work with governments as customers. Here is a list of previously unknown consumers.

Ultimately, these new findings open up the possibility that Pegasus and his company would be a hacking service serving the highest bidder.

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