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Spyware dealer who sold WhatsApp-hacking tech pleads guilty

The Justice Department said Carlos Guerrero, who owns several businesses in the U.S. and Mexico, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to sell signal jammers, Wi-Fi interception tools, IMSI catchers — known as “stingrays,” which can track a person’s phone — and tools that have “the ability to hack WhatsApp messages” to prospective clients in both countries. Prosecutors accused Guerrero of brokering sales of interception and surveillance tools to both Mexican government customers, as well as to private customers who would use the tools for commercial and personal reasons. Guerrero also used the equipment himself to intercept phone calls of a U.S. rival who was in Southern California and Mexico at the time.

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