Saudi Crown Prince helps hackers hack Jeff Bezos smartphone

That is why Elon Musk, when buying every new smartphone, destroys the previous one.
According to The Guardian, Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, may be directly involved in hacking the smartphone of Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.

This information was shared by sources who are familiar with the progress of the investigation of the incident that occurred in 2018. The results of the examination showed that the encrypted message sent to Bezos from the phone of Muhammad ibn Salman contained a malicious file. As a result, a huge amount of information was downloaded from the smartphone of one of the richest people in the world.

Jeff Bezos is also the founder and owner of the Blue Origin aerospace company and the owner of The Washington Post. After discovering the possible involvement of Muhammad ibn Salman in hacking the Bezos phone, the investigation will begin to re-examine what the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and his entourage did in the months that preceded the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashogji in October 2018.

Recall that in March a year passed it became known that hackers from Saudi Arabia gained access to Bezos’ phone and hacked it, gaining access to personal photos and other personal data. This is one of the reasons why American entrepreneur, inventor and investor Elon Musk when buying every new smartphone destroys the previous one.

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