Spyware-for-hire couple plead guilty

Thursday, 16 March 2006, 3:00 AM EST

An Israeli couple faces prison after confessing to the development and sale of a spyware Trojan horse that helped private investigators snoop on their clients' business competitors.

Ruth Brier-Haephrati, 28, and Michael Haephrati, 44, have entered guilty pleas to industrial espionage charges over the Trojan horse case.

At The Register.

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