Israeli Trojan horse developers indicted
Ruth Brier Haephrati, 28, and her husband Michael Haephrati, 44, alleged developers of the Trojan horse used by private investigators for corporate spying, were indicted on Sunday in the Tel Aviv District Court for a series of computer linked crimes.
The Tel Aviv District Attorney's Office filed a 65 page indictment against the creators and distributors of the Trojan horse spy program, but announced at the same time that it had reached a plea bargain arrangement with the defendants. Spam Daily News | Israeli Trojan horse developers indicted
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