A Singapore cyber-security company has been blacklisted by the United States Department of Commerce for allegedly selling hacking tools that were used against individuals and organizations worldwide.
Computer Security Initiative Consultancy (Coseinc) was one of four companies blacklisted on Wednesday for malicious cyber activities.
It was added to the blacklist alongside three other companies, including Israel’s NSO Group and Candiru, which have been accused of developing and supplying the notorious Pegasus spyware.
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