Media Summary: Citizen Lab reviews new findings of hacking by NSO Group

On November 8, Citizen Lab released a joint technical report with Amnesty International’s Security Lab reviewing Front Line Defenders’ technical research.

FLD’s analysis showed that six devices belonging to six Palestinian human rights defenders were hacked with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware. Both the Citizen Lab and Amnesty International’s Security Lab independently confirmed these findings.

Report: NSO spyware found on 6 Palestinian activists’ phones
(AP News)

Palestinian activists’ mobile phones hacked using NSO spyware, says report
(The Guardian)

Palestinian activists’ mobile phones hacked using NSO spyware, says report

EU-funded West Bank activists hacked by Pegasus spyware, says rights group
(Financial Times)

Amnesty says NSO’s Pegasus used to hack phones of Palestinian rights workers

Phones of Palestinian NGO workers infected with Pegasus spyware, rights groups say

The Biden administration made its biggest cyber counterpunch yet
(Washington Post)

Six Palestinian human rights activists hacked by NSO spyware: Report
(The Hindu)

Irish NGO finds spyware on phones of Palestinian activists
(Irish Times)

NSO spyware used against Palestinian activists from NGOs Israel outlawed, report says

WhatsApp can sue Israeli firm NSO Group, US appeals court rules
(Al Jazeera)

Facebook can pursue malware lawsuit against Israel’s NSO Group: U.S. appeals court
(The Globe and Mail)

Mexico makes first arrest in Pegasus spying scandal
(Washington Post)

Palestinians: Israeli NSO spyware found on officials’ phones
(AP News)

CEO-designate of NSO spyware firm quits following US blacklist
(Al Jazeera)

Blacklisted Israeli surveillance company denies knowing who customers spy on