Putin’s spies hacked Liz Terrace’s phone and stole its sensitive contents

Agents of Russian President Vladimir Putin hacked into the personal mobile phone of Liz Truss when she was Secretary of State in the outgoing government of Boris Johnson, and stole its highly sensitive contents, according to a “private story” published by the Mail on Sunday, the Sunday edition of the Daily newspaper. British Mail.

In the news, the hackers were briefed on “top secret” details of the negotiations taking place between the main international allies, in addition to viewing private messages that she was exchanging with her close friend Kwasi Kwarteng, who later served as Treasury advisor from September 6 until his resignation on October 14 The current situation from its government, while we find more explanation in a video presented by “”, quoting the Times Radio channel, which is owned as a radio station by News UK, the publisher of the newspapers “The Times” and its sister “Sunday Times” as well as the British “Sun”.

The hack was discovered, according to what the newspaper quoted an unnamed “source”, during the Conservative Party’s summer leadership campaign. However, the Prime Minister, as well as Simon Case, the Minister of the Council, “hid the great violation of the phone, to the extent that it was then placed in a locked safe inside a secure government site,” according to the source’s expression.

A text message transmitted by the hacking system

From what was learned after the hacking, the messages that fell into “foreign hands” contained criticism by Liz Truss and her close friend Quarting of the Prime Minister, “which led to a potential risk of blackmail,” especially as they included sensitive discussions with international foreign ministers about the war in Ukraine, as well as discussions Detailed about weapons shipments, all due to a text message that is transmitted through a system to penetrate into the phone, such as the Israeli Pegasus, for example, and then run the system in the background of the device to access its contents and track the movements and communications of its owner.

The newspaper quoted an informed source as saying that the incident caused chaos, after the intelligence services learned that it is easy for those working for Putin’s Russia to steal the contents of the Foreign Minister’s phone, especially after the security services’ fears increased about the threat of hackers working for hostile countries, such as Russia and China. Cell phones are “weak spots” in modern nations.

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