Indian intelligence agencies bought the Israeli Pegasus software in a deal pegged at “dozens of millions of dollars,” according to the New York Times. In a report, it said the deal was signed during Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel in 2017 and cleared by Benjamin Netanyahu. The software was described as a high grade cyber weapon on Israel’s export control list. The report said Israeli engineers would have travelled to India to install it and Mossad would have facilitated their movement.
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