Business Today: Latest Business News, India economy News, Stock Markets, Sensex, Mutual Funds and Indian Tax
Loading...
Search

Total 9 results found. Search for [ israeli spareware attack ]

Results 1 to 9 of 9
BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, November 6, 2019
WhatsApp spygate: India Today tracked down the Israel firm NSO in Israel only to find that it had changed its office. WhatsApp downloads in India are down by 80 per cent after the scandal about security breach broke last week, putting NSO and malware Pegasus in the spotlight.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, November 6, 2019
Alternative messaging platforms like Telegram and Signal are cashing in on the opportunity, and have seen a significant rise in the number of downloads in India


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, November 5, 2019
The petition could present a new legal headache for WhatsApp and its parent Facebook in India, where it has already been hit by backlash over fake news messages and a lawsuit around its adherence to data localization norms


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, November 4, 2019
WhatsApp Payments' launch has been delayed owing to data compliance concerns and regulatory norms even though it has for long been in the process of testing the payments service in India


PTI
November 3, 2019
IT Ministry sources said they have received a reply from WhatsApp and are studying it, and that a view on it will be taken soon


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, November 1, 2019
Find out all about the new WhatsApp snooping scandal, how Pegasus hacked cell phones and targeted users in 20 countries, including journalists and activists in India. Watch the video here.


Reuters
New Delhi, November 1, 2019
WhatsApp filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Israeli hacking tool developer NSO Group. It alleges that NSO built and sold a hacking platform that exploited a flaw in WhatsApp-owned servers to help clients hack into the cellphones of at least 1,400 users between April 29, 2019, and May 10, 2019


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 31, 2019
In a lawsuit filed in a US federal court, WhatsApp alleged that Israel's NSO Group used spyware called 'Pegasus' to target over 1,400 WhatsApp users, a few of them in India


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 31, 2019
WhatsApp attributes the spyware attack to Israeli tech firm NSO Group and its parent company Q Cyber Technologies; the company says it sent special WhatsApp messages to approximately 1,400 users who may have been affected by the attack


PAGES 1 OF 1