Amit Shah On Spyware Issue, “aap chronology samjhiye”

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Spyware: it is a company which is developed by Israel called spyware “Pegasus” This company specialises in hacking devices and caters to get various world’s government for spying purposes. Amit shah used this phrase” Aap chronology samjhaye” In the year 2019 when he declared that the government would bring the citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and after that national register of citizens he says understand the chronology.

That is first the government will bring citizenship amendment Bill and after that national register citizenb he further says that the National register citizens will not only Applied in bengal but also for the entire country
Pegasus spyware marketed by the group NSO and Cyber Technologies as “a world- that the leading cyber intelligence solution that enables law enforcement and intelligence agencies to remotely and covertly extract the “data “virtually from any mobile devices. It was developed by veterans of Israeli intelligence agencies.
Until early 2018, NSO Group clients primarily relied on SMS and WhatsApp messages to trick targets into opening a malicious link, which would lead to infection of their mobile devices. A Pegasus brochure described this as Enhanced Social Engineering Message (ESEM). the phone is directed to a server that checks the operating system and delivers the suitable remote exploit

Pegasus aka Q Suite, marketed by the NSO Group aka Q Cyber Technologies as “a world-leading cyber intelligence solution that enables law enforcement and intelligence agencies to remotely and covertly extract” data “from virtually any mobile devices”, was developed by veterans of Israeli intelligence agencies.

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Until early 2018, NSO Group clients primarily relied on SMS and WhatsApp messages to trick targets into opening a malicious link, which would lead to infection of their mobile devices. A Pegasus brochure described this as Enhanced Social Engineering Message (ESEM).

When a malicious link packaged as ESEM has clicked, the phoneis directed to a server that checks the operating system and delivers the suitable remote exploit.

Amnesty International first documented use of ‘network injections’ which enabled attackers to install the spyware “without requiring any interaction by the target”. Pegasus can achieve such zero-click installations in various ways. One over-the-air (OTA) option is to send a push message covertly that makes the target device load the spyware, with the target unaware of the installation over which she anyway has no control.

This, a Pegasus brochure brags, is “NSO uniqueness, which significantly differentiates the Pegasus solution” from any other spyware available in the market.


All devices, such as iphones have been widely targeted with Pegasu through Apple’s default iMessage app and the Push Notification Service (APNs) protocol upon which it is based.

The spyware can impersonate an application downloaded to an iPhone and transmit itself as push notifications via Apple’s servers.

ooronto, reported the existence of Pegasus to cyber security firm Lookout, and the two flagged the threat to Apple. In April 2017, Lookout and Google released details on an Android version of Pegasus.

In October 2019, WhatsApp blamed the NSO Group for exploiting a vulnerability in its video-calling feature. “A user would receive what appeared to be a video call, but this was not a normal call. After the phone rang, the attacker secretly transmitted malicious code in an effort to infect the victim’s phone with spyware. The person did not even have to answer the call,” WhatsApp chief Will Cathcart said.

Usually, the spyware user needs to feed the Pegasus system just to target phone number for a network injection. “The rest is done automatically by the system,” says , and the spyware is installed in most cases.

In some cases, though, network injections may not work. For example, remote installation fails when the target device is not supported by the NSO system, or its operating system is upgraded with new security protections.
Apparently, one way to dodge Pegasus is to change one’s default phone browser. According to a Pegasus brochure, “installation from browsers other than the device default (and also chrome for android based devices) is not supported by the system”.
Amit Shah said that the report claiming the use of ‘Pegasus’ spyware for snooping was released deliberately to disrupt the Monsoon Session of Parliament

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