The Israeli cyber company NSO, which is in danger of insolvency, is examining the possibility of closing the division that develops the spyware “Pegasus”, and even the sale of the entire company, it was reported tonight (Monday) in Bloomberg.

Last month, the U.S. Department of Commerce added the company to a list of companies whose activities run counter to the country’s national interest.

According to the announcement, the Israeli companies were added to the list based on evidence that they developed and provided spyware to foreign governments that used these tools to maliciously harm government officials, journalists, businessmen, activists, academics and embassy employees.

By Editor

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