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North Korea linked to Sony hack attack: researchers
Lazarus Group hackers used large arsenal of malware.
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When you can't trust your security vendor
[Blog post] The watchmen also need to be watched.
Jan 19 2016 2:57PM
Researchers find zero-days in Kaspersky, FireEye software
Infosec experts take on infosec giants.
Sep 9 2015 7:16AM
Kaspersky faked malware to harm rivals: Ex-employees
Company strongly denies allegations.
Aug 16 2015 8:10PM
Snowden exposes spy agencies' software cracking spree
Targets revealed in new document drop.
Jun 23 2015 6:47AM
Kaspersky servers infected by 'Duqu 2.0' malware
Hackers had access for 'several months' prior to detection.
Jun 11 2015 6:51AM
Infosec industry splits into political lines in the hunt for spies
To stop all hackers or only those not on home soil?
Mar 12 2015 5:29PM
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A good dose of awareness and a sprinkling of ingrained mistrust.
Feb 24 2015 2:35PM
NSA hiding spyware in hard drives
Kaspersky reveals mass infections.
Feb 17 2015 10:15AM
World banks robbed of $1.3 billion by hackers
Kaspersky discovers Carbanak gang.
Feb 16 2015 5:05AM
QWERTY keylogger linked to Regin malware
Government developers thought to be behind both APTs.
Jan 28 2015 5:58AM
Hackers break into hotel wi-fi to attack travelling execs
Bigwigs tricked into downloading malware.
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'Epic Turla' hack infiltrates govts, spy agencies
Are the Russians behind it?
Aug 8 2014 6:35AM
China's IT security gamble
[Blog post] Can Chinese antivirus vendors fill Symantec and Kaspersky's shoes?
Aug 6 2014 11:20AM
Koler ransomware hit Australia hard
Depicts fake threats from Australian law enforcement.
Jul 29 2014 11:34AM
First Android ransomware nets thousands of victims
Don't pay the extortionists.
Jun 10 2014 5:40AM
Adobe Flash zero-day hole affects multiple operating systems
Users warned to update as soon as possible.
Apr 29 2014 5:20AM
Computrace developer slams Kaspersky report as inaccurate
Says software not remotely exploitable.
Feb 14 2014 6:03AM
Anti-theft tech allows remote hijacking of millions of computers
BIOS-based threat unknown to many users.
Feb 13 2014 9:55AM
Whitepaper: The Threat Landscape
A practical guide prepared by Kaspersky Lab.
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