Was your phone infected by Pegasus spyware? Here’s a way to find out for free


The Pegasus spyware, developed by NSO Group, is in the middle of a huge controversy for targetting smartphone users. — AFP

Pegasus, the surveillance tool used to spy on citizens by infecting their phones with spyware, has grabbed the attention of the world since July 18, when reports of people being targeted using the software emerged. The Pegasus spyware, developed by NSO Group, is in the middle of a huge controversy for targetting smartphone users.

Pegasus software is able to gain vast amounts of information from a user and monitor them at will, without their ever coming to know about it.

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