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In this lawsuit document, Apple argues that Corellium created the virtual iOS tool for malicious purposes and sold it to the NSO Group (whose Pegasus tool can be used to monitor social activists, journalists and other associated people), among others. In the document, it is mentioned that the NSO group tried the tool in advance as early as 2019.

Apple said in this document that “instead of helping to fix the vulnerabilities, Corellium encourages its users to sell any information they find on the open market to the highest bidder.” This factual basis, according to Apple, undermines Corellium’s emphasis on its “nice guy” persona. The document also states that Corellium also sold its software in 2019 to Paragon, a company considered to be a supplier of surveillance technology to governments around the world.

Corellium also supplied software to cybersecurity firm DarkMatter. DarkMatter, which is now closed, was used by the UAE government to monitor human rights activists and journalists.

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