Israeli software spies on 50,000 people, hacks the phones of several influential people

According to international media, the scope of the Israeli company's software spying was covering at least 50 countries.

TEL AVIV: At least 50,000 people have been monitored and spied on by the software of the Israeli company, while the mobile phones of thousands of influential people have also been revealed to have been hacked.

According to the details, thousands of people were spied on by the spy software of the Israeli company. The Washington Post and international news agencies say at least 50,000 people have been spied on.

According to international media, the scope of the Israeli company’s software spying was covering at least 50 countries. International newspapers said that thousands of people’s mobile phones were hacked for espionage.

The people whose mobile phones were hacked through the Israeli company’s software include the Arab royal family, presidents and prime ministers of various countries, federal ministers, businessmen, and workers of social organizations.

The software targeted and spied on social leaders and social media figures. Two women close to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed in Istanbul, were also monitored and spied on.

Earlier, federal prosecutors in Germany arrested a Russian scientist for allegedly passing sensitive information to Moscow. Prosecutors said in a statement last month that the suspected scientist was identified only as Al-Nurain and that he had been detained last Friday on charges of working for the Russian secret service. Moscow was accused of providing.