Rogue Security Analyst Tries to Sell Top-Secret iPhone Malware for $50 Million in Cryptocurrency

A lead programmer working for NSO Group, the Israeli cybersecurity firm behind the notorious Pegasus iPhone malware has been arrested after a failed attempt to illegally sell the top-secret spyware to an unauthorized party via the dark web in exchange for $50 million worth of cryptocurrency. A report from the Times of Israel states that the 38-year-old

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