Ethiopian hackers accidentally exposed their spyware campaign targeting dissidents in 20 countries

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The state-sponsored hackers used Israeli-made spyware to spy targets residing in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, Australia, India and others. ▶ Full story on ibtimes.co.uk
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