No 10 Suspected of Being Target of NSO Spyware Attack, Boris Johnson ‘Told’
The researchers, considered among the world’s leading experts in detecting digital attacks, announced they had taken the rare step of notifying Whitehall of the attack as it “believes that our actions can reduce harm.” However, they were not able to identify the specific individuals within No 10 and the Foreign Office who are suspected of having been hacked. “The suspected infections relating to the FCO were associated with Pegasus operators that we link to the UAE, India, Cyprus and Jordan. The suspected infection at the UK prime minister’s office was associated with a Pegasus operator we link to the UAE.”
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