[HackerNews] Israel’s Candiru Spyware Found Linked to Watering Hole Attacks in U.K and Middle East

Israeli spyware vendor Candiru, which was added to an economic blocklist by the U.S. government this month, is said to have reportedly waged “watering hole” attacks against high-profile entities in the U.K. and the Middle East, new findings reveal.
“The victimized websites belong to media outlets in the U.K., Yemen, and Saudi Arabia, as well as to Hezbollah; to government institutions in Iran (

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