Google: This zero-click iPhone attack was incredible and terrifying

Google has explained how surveillance company NSO Group developed an exploit that would allow users of its software to gain access to an iPhone and install spyware – without a target ever even clicking a link. 

Last month, the US Department of Commerce added NSO Group to its “entity list”, largely banning it from US markets due to evidence it supplied spyware to foreign governments that used it to target government officials, journalists, business people, activists, academics, and embassy workers. In late November, Apple filed for a permanent injunction banning NSO from using any of its software, services or devices.

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