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IN-DEPTH2 months ago
You met Pegasus spyware, now meet something far more serious, Toka
The Toka hacking suite is classified as a lawful intercept product which is capable of targeting any device that is connected to the internet, including, but not limited to the Smartphone, which makes it far more serious than Pegasus.
You met Pegasus spyware, now meet something far more serious, Toka
Palestine4 months ago
Israeli intel officer’s death in military prison shrouded in mystery
The death of an Israeli intelligence officer, who died in a military prison under unclear circumstances, remains shrouded in mystery.
Israeli intel officer’s death in military prison shrouded in mystery
Palestine4 months ago
Netanyahu names new Mossad chief after Gaza defeat
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has named intelligence operative David Barnea as the new chief of the Mossad spy agendy.
Netanyahu names new Mossad chief after Gaza defeat
Persian Gulf6 months ago
Israeli spies impersonated journalists to target Emirati dissidents: Report
A private Israeli intelligence company reportedly impersonates journalists in order to elicit information from opponents of the leadership of Ras Al Khaimah, one of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates.
Israeli spies impersonated journalists to target Emirati dissidents: Report
Yemen7 months ago
Yemeni intel agency details al-Qaeda terror activities in Ma’rib
Yemen’s Security and Intelligence Service has detailed the operation of Takfiri terrorists in the country’s strategic Ma’rib province as Yemeni forces push ahead with an offensive to liberate it from the Saudi-led control.
Yemeni intel agency details al-Qaeda terror activities in Ma’rib
Saudi Arabia7 months ago
Saudi crown prince ordered, directed killing of Jamal Khashoggi: US
A declassified US intelligence report says Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered and directed the gruesome killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi crown prince ordered, directed killing of Jamal Khashoggi: US
Politics8 months ago
MI6 recruiting ‘foreign born’ officers as part of ‘diversity’ drive
The Secret Intelligence Service or MI6 is relaxing its recruitment procedures ostensibly as part of a 'diversity' drive but skeptics will argue it is because the secret organization can no longer attract 'traditional' recruits.
MI6 recruiting ‘foreign born’ officers as part of ‘diversity’ drive
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