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Secretive Israeli Cyber Firm Selling Spy-tech to Saudi Arabia

Quadream, led by a former Israeli military intelligence official, and the phone-hacking tech was sold to Saudi Arabia. It allows clients a ‘zero-click’ hack into a target's iPhone

Gur Megiddo
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There’s no sign on the door, no logo indicating that this office is home to a cyber company carrying out online offensives. But if you made it to the 19th floor of this nondescript office building in Ramat Gan, you either know where you’re going or you’re in the wrong place and are unwelcome. Even couriers are not allowed inside and there’s a special box where food ordered by workers can be placed and picked up by those who are allowed inside.

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