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Malware found in 5 out of 29 phones, no conclusive evidence of Pegasus: SC

The Supreme Court on Thursday said that out of 29 phones submitted for examination, malware was found in five, but there is no conclusive proof that the spyware was Pegasus

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The Supreme Court-appointed panels probing the unauthorised use of Pegasus found some kind of malware in five mobile phones out of the 29 examined but it could not be concluded that it was due to the Israeli spyware.

The panels also said that the Centre did not cooperate with the Pegasus probe, a Supreme Court bench said on Thursday after perusing the report submitted by former apex court Justice R V Raveendran.

One thing (the) committee has said that the Government of India has not cooperated. The same stand you took here, you have taken there, a bench comprising Chief Justice N

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First Published: Aug 25 2022 | 12:26 PM IST

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