New technology tested during May attack on Gaza
Muath Hamed suspects that his phone may have been hacked.
UN refutes Bangladeshi claim Israeli equipment was deployed in peacekeeping mission.
Microsoft, Google, LinkedIn and Github back Facebook in legal fight against Israeli spy firm.
Abu Dhabi-based Group 42 is linked to cybersecurity company DarkMatter, which recruits Israeli spies.
"Oldest green organization" wants to build new capital for war industry.
Pro-independence Catalan official targeted by Israeli malware.
Omar Radi is the latest journalist to have his phone compromised by NSO Group.
Accused held for almost two years without charge.
Israeli and Italian firms prime suspects in Saudi hacking of Jeff Bezos’ phone.
Israeli court throws shield of secrecy over Amnesty lawsuit.
NSO Group enables invasive snooping and intrusive bugging.
Moroccan government likely bought Israeli spyware to monitor activists.
Graduates of Israeli military unit have developed highly invasive technology.
Cellebrite says software allows user to access any Apple device in physical possession.
Users of messaging service urged to immediately update to latest version.
Khashoggi murder suspects played key role in Israel-Saudi ties.
NSO Group spyware was used to spy on Saudi activists’ communications.
Spyware sold to governments used against journalists and dissidents.
Athletes, conferences and a mooted railroad project see Israel and Arab Gulf relations deepen.
UAE signed contract for Israeli spy software in 2013.
Is Saudi Arabia using Israeli technology in efforts to spy on human rights defenders?
Israel-made malware is a danger to human rights activists and journalists.