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14 Jul   Virus News

An ‘Encrypted’ Encryptor Menaces Gamers: TeslaCrypt 2.0 Conceals its Identity to Demand a $500 Ransom

Most TeslaCrypt infections occur in the USA, Germany and Spain; followed by Italy, France and United Kingdom.

08 Jul   Virus News

Wild Neutron: Mysterious Cyber-espionage Actor Returns with New Tricks and Victims

In 2013, a hacker group known to Kaspersky Lab as “Wild Neutron” (and which is also known as “Jripbot” and “Morpho”) attacked several high profile companies including Apple, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft

10 Jun   Virus News

Duqu is back: Kaspersky Lab reveals cyberattack on its corporate network that also hit high profile victims in Western countries, the Middle East and Asia

Kaspersky Lab uncovers Duqu 2.0 – a highly sophisticated malware platform exploiting up to three zero-day vulnerabilities

29 May   Product news, Virus News

DDoS on the Move: in Q1 More Countries Suffered Botnet Attacks, Kaspersky Lab Stats Show

Cybercriminals in Q1 2015 carried out more than 23,000 botnet-assisted DDoS attacks on web resources located in 76 countries.

28 May   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab discovers Grabit: A Cyber-spy Tracking SMBs in Thailand, India and the US

Kaspersky Lab has recently discovered a new business-oriented cyber-spying campaign called Grabit that was able to steal about 10,000 files from small/medium-sized organizations based mostly in Thailand, India and the US

21 May   Virus News

Live ID as a bait: Kaspersky Lab warns of a new scam

Experts are warning of a new scam that uses Windows Live ID as a bait to catch personal information stored in user profiles on services like Xbox LIVE, Zune, Hotmail, Outlook, MSN, Messenger and OneDrive.

18 May   Product news, Virus News

Hidden Danger: Small Businesses Dismiss Mobile Risks, Overlooking BYOD Threats

Many small-business owners believe BYOD (bring-your-own-device) poses no threat to their company and have no interest in spending effort on mobile device security.

14 May   Virus News

Targeted Cyber-Attacks to Infiltrate Nations around the South China Sea

From setting up spying infrastructure within a country’s borders for real-time connections and data mining, to spying tools with 48 commands, a new report by Kaspersky Lab shows how the threat actor Naikon has spent the last five years successfully infiltrating national organisations around the South China Sea.

13 May   Spam News, Virus News

Spam and Phishing in Q1: New domains revitalize old spam

The new range of top level domains, launched in January 2015 and intended for use by relevant communities and organizations, has proved irresistible to spammers according to Kaspersky Lab’s Q1 2015 analysis of the spam and phishing threats landscape.

07 May   Product news, Virus News

Catch the Mice and Get Advice with the Latest Version of Kaspersky Security Scan

Kaspersky Lab presents a new version of Kaspersky Security Scan, a free solution for Windows-based computers.

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