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Top 8 Reasons You Don’t Want to Miss SAS 2017

The planning for Kaspersky Lab Security Analyst Summit (SAS 2017) is nearing completion and we have a small number of invitations available for malware...

PetrWrap: the new Petya-based ransomware used in targeted attacks

This year we found a new family of ransomware used in targeted attacks against organizations.After penetrating an organization’s network the threat actors used the...

Leaked docs suggest NSA and CIA behind Equation cyberespionage group

Purported CIA documents leaked Tuesday appear to confirm that the U.S. National Security Agency and one of CIA's own divisions were responsible for the...

After NSA hacking exposé, CIA staffers asked where Equation Group went...

Two days after researchers exposed a National Security Agency-tied hacking group that operated in secret for more than a decade, CIA hackers convened an online...

This hard drive will self destruct. Data-wiping malware targets Europe

Enlarge (credit: William Warby) Shamoon—the mysterious disk wiper that popped up out nowhere in 2012 and took out more than 35,000 computers in...

Destructive StoneDrill Wiper Malware On The Loose

Kaspersky Lab released details about new wiper malware called StoneDrill that bears similarities to Shamoon2 and an APT outfit known as NewsBeef.

From Shamoon to StoneDrill

Beginning in November 2016, Kaspersky Lab observed a new wave of wiper attacks directed at multiple targets in the Middle East.The malware used in...

Malware Kits, Advertising Trojans Drive Mobile Risk

Kaspersky Lab research and INTERPOL analysis highlight growth in advertising Trojans and mobile malware kit sales on the Dark Web.

Dear Kaspersky Lab: Yours is a very bad installer

Enlarge / Not what you expect when you're installing software you just bought from a software publisher online. On Tuesday, I got...

Kaspersky Lab Expert’s Treason Charge Linked To 2010 Complaint

A Russian businessman accused Kaspersky Lab security expert Ruslan Stoyanov, and Russian security officers, of leaking confidential data to US firms in 2010.

Apple’s macOS is the safer choice – but not for the...

Eugene Kaspersky looks forward to a new darker dawn Apple's Mac operating system may be the safer choice – but only because cybercriminals can't...