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He has good reason to be concerned about unsolicited messages: every year since 2011, Mansoor has been targeted with spyware attacks, including with Fin Fisher spyware in 2011 and When we first found the infrastructure and connected it to NSO Group, we hypothesized that operators of the NSO Group spyware would target a user by sending them an infection link containing one of the exploit infrastructure domain names.
Though we had previously found several public occurrences of links involving these domains on Twitter (see We accessed the link Mansoor provided us on our own stock factory-reset i Phone 5 (Mansoor had an i Phone 6) with i OS 9.3.3 (the same version as Mansoor).
Our findings also highlight the continuing lack of effective human rights policies and due diligence at spyware companies, and the continuing lack of incentives to address abuses of “lawful intercept” spyware.
On the morning of August 10, 2016, Mansoor received an SMS text message that appeared suspicious. The messages promised “new secrets” about detainees tortured in UAE prisons, and contained a hyperlink to an unfamiliar website.
Two of NSO Group’s three co-founders, Shalev Hulio and Omri Lavie, are also co-founders of mobile security company Kaymera, which promises a “Multi Layered Cyber Defense Approach” to clients.
We encourage all Apple users to install the update as soon as possible.Once we confirmed the presence of what appeared to be i OS zero-days, Citizen Lab and Lookout quickly initiated a responsible disclosure process by notifying Apple and sharing our findings.Apple responded promptly, and notified us that they would be addressing the vulnerabilities.The i Phone has a well-deserved reputation for security.As the i Phone platform is tightly controlled by Apple, technically sophisticated exploits are often required to enable the remote installation and operation of i Phone monitoring tools. Firms that specialize in acquiring zero-days often pay handsomely for i Phone exploits.
One such firm, Zerodium, acquired an exploit chain similar to the Trident for commercial “lawful intercept” spyware suite employed in attempts to compromise Mansoor.