The logo of the Israeli NSO Group was still displayed Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, on the building where it had offices until few months ago in Herzliya, Israel. An unsuccessful attempt to break into the iPhone of an Arab activist using hitherto-unknown espionage software triggered a global upgrade of Apple's mobile operating system.
The logo of the Israeli NSO Group was still displayed Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, on the building where it had offices until few months ago in Herzliya, Israel. An unsuccessful attempt to break into the iPhone of an Arab activist using hitherto-unknown espionage software triggered a global upgrade of Apple's mobile operating system. Daniella Cheslow AP
The logo of the Israeli NSO Group was still displayed Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, on the building where it had offices until few months ago in Herzliya, Israel. An unsuccessful attempt to break into the iPhone of an Arab activist using hitherto-unknown espionage software triggered a global upgrade of Apple's mobile operating system. Daniella Cheslow AP

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