The logo of the Israeli NSO Group company is still displayed Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, on a building where it had offices until a few months ago in Herzliya, Israel. The company’s software has been linked to attempted hacks of iPhones in the United Arab Emirates and Mexico.
The logo of the Israeli NSO Group company is still displayed Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, on a building where it had offices until a few months ago in Herzliya, Israel. The company’s software has been linked to attempted hacks of iPhones in the United Arab Emirates and Mexico. Daniella Cheslow AP
The logo of the Israeli NSO Group company is still displayed Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, on a building where it had offices until a few months ago in Herzliya, Israel. The company’s software has been linked to attempted hacks of iPhones in the United Arab Emirates and Mexico. Daniella Cheslow AP

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