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19 Aug   Virus News

16.37% Users Still Run Windows XP, Kaspersky Lab Statistics Say

More than 16% of all PC users who agreed to provide data to the distributed global Kaspersky Security Network were still working on computers running Windows XP in June 2014.

18 Aug   Product news, Virus News

Caught in a social net: users expose themselves to cybercriminals

According to the results of a survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, only a small number of respondents understand the risks associated with active use of social networks.

18 Aug   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab warns users of the dangers posed by Syrian malware

Kaspersky Lab’s latest threat research has unveiled a whole range of malware related to Syria, using a variety of techniques including sophisticated social engineering tricks.

13 Aug   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab Survey: One in Every Five Manufacturing Businesses Has Lost Intellectual Property to Security Breaches Within the Past Year

According to a survey of businesses IT managers worldwide, 21% of manufacturers suffered a loss of intellectual property (IP) within the past year

07 Aug   Virus News

The Epic Snake: Unraveling the mysteries of the Turla cyber-espionage campaign

The “Epic” operation serves as the first phase in a multi-stage infection of the Turla campaign

07 Aug   Virus News

The 0-day Vulnerability exploited by Stuxnet still threatens users, Kaspersky Lab study finds

The CVE-2010-2568 vulnerability was discovered back in 2010 at the same time as the notorious Stuxnet worm.

04 Aug   Virus News

Hacked off in Q2: first mobile encryptor, pervasive device surveillance and €500,000 stolen in a week

During the last three months Kaspersky Lab has reported on a banking fraud campaign that saw €500,000 stolen from 190 victims in just one week, as well as the first in-the-wild mobile encryptor that is selling for $5,000 on the black market and has already infected 2,000 devices in 13 countries in less than a month

31 Jul   Virus News

Crouching Yeti: an ongoing spying campaign with 2 800+ highly valuable targets worldwide

New malicious tools, an expanded list of victims, and other features related to the Crouching Yeti campaign, also known as Energetic Bear.

29 Jul   Virus News

2014 Cybercrime World Cup Brazil

According to the Monthly Report on Online Threats in the Banking Sector for the period 19 May-19 June 2014, a peak in malware activity was registered in Brazil.

28 Jul   Virus News

Koler ‘police’ mobile ransomware now targets PCs as well as Android, features exploit kit

The ransomware displays customized messages to victims from 30 countries

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