Here’s how Apple will let you know if your iPhone has been hacked

By | November 26, 2021


On Tuesday, Apple announced via a press release that it had filed a lawsuit against NSO Group. The company is responsible for creating the Pegasus spyware that authoritarian governments have used to infiltrate devices of journalists, activists, and academics in recent years. Apple explained that NSO Group used an exploit for a now-patched vulnerability to break into Apple devices. The same day that Apple announced the lawsuit, the company also published a new support article. In the article, Apple reveals how it plans to alert users with threat notifications.

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