Jakarta ● Sat, October 1 2022
The nation's cybersecurity landscape has come under further scrutiny after a recent report revealed that several government and military officials were targeted last year by "state-sponsored" hackers thought to be using some of the most advanced spyware in existence.
Half a dozen officials who testified to Reuters said they had received emails at the end of last year from Apple Inc indicating that their iPhones were very likely being targeted.
The ForcedEntry software, which analysts say may have been used in the hacking attempts, would have allowed hackers to remotely and discreetly spy on the targets and take control of their mobile devices.
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