Pegasus has revealed that it has spied on more than 50,000 people around the world.
According to a foreign news agency, the details of how this software works and how it leaks all the data by installing it in mobile phones have come to light.
The report states that the Pegasus software developed by the Israeli company is a malware that infects iPhones and Android devices.
Remember that it secretly hacks messages, photos, emails, phone calls and microphones.
Once the software is installed in the mobile, it connects to the command and control servers. Later, these computers and domains not only control the user’s device but also use it to send and receive data.
Once the software is installed, all the data, emails, secret passwords, etc. in the user’s mobile phone start leaking.
And that’s why this software monitors everything the user uses on their mobile phone in 24 hours and turns the mobile phone into a 24/7 spy device.
The software specializes in using very low bandwidth and secretly sending data to its command and control servers without leaving any evidence.
The software company NSO had also developed a modern version of the spy software Pegasus called ‘ZeroClick’.
This state-of-the-art software does not even send a link to a user’s mobile phone to spy on them or wait for them to click on the link.
Rather, this click-through software hacks into a user’s mobile phone using the Zero Day threats that have not been fixed by the user.
International news agencies have revealed that the Israeli company NSO’s software called Pegasus is being used to spy on more than 50,000 people around the world.
On the other hand, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been using this software against his opponents. In Pakistan, this software was also used against Imran Khan during the Nawaz Sharif government.