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Spyware Firms Targeting Windows, Android, and iOS Warns Meta

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Meta has warned that eight spyware companies based in the UAE, Italy, and Spain are conducting surveillance for hire services against iOS, Android, and Windows devices. The post Spyware Firms Targeting Windows, Android, and iOS Warns Meta appeared first on Spiceworks. Find out more about this report.

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iShutdown Method Makes Finding Spyware on Apple iPhones Easier

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The post iShutdown Method Makes Finding Spyware on Apple iPhones Easier appeared first on Spiceworks. Kaspersky has released Python scripts to automate the process for easy evaluations.

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Apple Releases Emergency Patch for Pegasus Spyware Vulnerability

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The Pegasus spyware can read messages, track locations, and remotely operate phone cameras and microphones. The post Apple Releases Emergency Patch for Pegasus Spyware Vulnerability appeared first on Spiceworks.

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Google’s Threat Analysis Group’s Spyware Research: How CSVs Target Devices and Applications

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In a new report from Google's Threat Analysis Group, the researchers detail how commercial surveillance vendors particularly use spyware and target Google and Apple devices.

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New Report Blows the Lid on Another iPhone Spyware

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The Reign spyware has audio and call recording, picture taking, location tracking, self-destruct, and other functionality. The post New Report Blows the Lid on Another iPhone Spyware appeared first on Spiceworks.

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Microsoft, Apple versus China, spyware actors

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It’s a cat-and-mouse struggle as tech giants Microsoft and Apple deal with persistent threats from China state actors and Pegasus spyware.

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U.S. Implements Visa Ban to Counter Spyware Proliferation

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State Department announced Monday a new policy to impose visa restrictions on individuals linked to the misuse of commercial spyware tools that enable unlawful surveillance and human rights abuses globally. The policy allows visa denials on a case-by-case basis for those involved in spyware misuse. RELATED: U.S.

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