Facing a public backlash, an Israeli spyware firm is now scoring its government customers
NSO is reportedly considering going public with an estimated value of up to $2 billion. But serious questions remain about the firm’s clientele, and how they use the information provided.
Founded in 2009 by ex-military and intelligence officers, the company created a hacking tool called Pegasus that promised cops and spies access to criminals’ and terrorists’ private text messages, photos, cameras and microphones.
Full article: Israeli spyware firm NSO Group looks to bolster image, but critics aren’t buying it