Millions of iPhone users at risk, another spyware REGIN like Pegasus revealed

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Pegasus has been one of the biggest hacking software in the history of iPhone.¬†Another such software has come in front of the world. This hacking software has dented Apple’s security claim. According to reports, more than 1 billion iPhone users are on target of new hacking software.

This company named QuaDream has hacked iPhones for almost 5 years. QuaDream’s product have been monitoring, microphone, camera (front and rear) and real-time call of a lot of iPhone users.

Who has this spyware?

According to the reports, QuaDream has named it’s product as REGIN and the company has started selling it to the highest bidders. With the help if REGIN onw will be able to remotely control an iphone without the user’s knowledge. After this, hackers will be able to check email, photos, text, contacts and iMessage from the user’s phone.

Thats’ not all. End-to-end encrypted services like WhatsApp, Telegram and Signal shall be easily accessible to the hackers. The spyware looks almost like NSO Group’s Pegasus software , which has been used to hack iPhones since 2016. This spyware has been exposed last year, after which there has been a debate about its use in many countries.

How does it work?

Both the NSO and QuaDream platforms are using almost the same hacking method. Forced Entry method is used by both of them and, Both of them are Zero Click hacking software. This means that it can work even without users. For this, the user does not need to click on any URL, phishing message or email. According to the reports, these two companies work separately.

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