Israeli police uncover Trojan industrial spy ring

Wednesday, 1 June 2005, 4:10 AM EST

Israeli police have uncovered an industrial spy ring that allegedly used Trojan software to snoop into some of that country's leading companies.

A report in the English-language newspaper Haaretz details how a wide range of businesses, including TV, mobile phone, car import and utility companies, used a Trojan program believed to have been written by a husband-and-wife team living in London to spy on business rivals.

By John E. Dunn at Computerworld.

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