Researchers say a cyber arms dealer exploited a new one iPhone software vulnerability, which affects most versions

Researchers say a cyber arms dealer exploited a new one iPhone software vulnerability, which affects most versions

Reporting by Christopher Bing and Joseph Menn; Editing by Sonya Hepinstall and Karishma Singh
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Sept 13 (Reuters) – A cyber surveillance company based in Israel developed a tool to break into Apple (AAPL.O) iPhones with a never-before-seen technique that has been in use since at least February, internet security watchdog group Citizen Lab said on Monday.

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