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NSO Scandal Shows ‘Israel’ Loses Control of Its Military Industry
In comments about the massive leak regarding the high-profile accusations that spyware sold by Zionist cyber firm NSO Group, Gil Naveh penned for Ynet that the matter has been abused in several countries just several days ahead of two related reports by the New York Times.
According to the paper, NSO Group – which is aided by the War Ministry – disregarded allegations of human rights abuses, such as the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, on the part of some of its clients.
The reports also stated that despite these abuses, the company continued to sell its program to authoritarian regimes such as Saudi Arabia, and that a Mexican official who is wanted for torture was given asylum in the ‘Israeli’-occupied Palestinian territories on political grounds.
These sorts of reports, such as the one pointing to that an ‘Israeli’ company sold malware used to hack Microsoft, demonstrate just how much the Zionist entity has lost control of its cyber warfare industry.
The coming days will see further details about NSO surface, but it is far from the only one. It is in fact merely the tip of the iceberg of the problem called the ‘Israeli’ military export industry.
Other Zionist cyber companies, such as Candiru, Cellebrite, Quadream and Verint, sell offensive programs that are on the same level as a standard weapon.
This means that everyone's cell phone is not only within the reach of hackers – but also of shady and untrustworthy governments.
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