EU Democracy Is Under Attack by Mercenary Spyware

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Once installed in a device, spyware allows the invader to conduct real-time surveillance, find passwords and sensitive files, track locations and plant fabricated evidence. It is usually installed through a malicious app or website link and leaves very few traces for its detection, Euro News reported.

Pegasus, developed by the Israeli-based company NSO Group, and Predator, a less sophisticated version, are the most well known brands across Europe.








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