- 04 Feb
Kaspersky Lab spam analysts have found examples of a mass mailing targeting users in the US
- 29 Jan
According to Kaspersky Lab the number of untrusted certificates used to sign malicious software doubled in the last year. By the end of 2014 the company’s antivirus database included more than 6,000 of these certificates. Considering the growing amount of threats related to signing malicious files our experts advise system administrators and users not to trust digital signatures without question and not to allow signed files to launch purely on the strength of the signature
- 22 Jan
Kaspersky Lab’s experts decided to mark that anniversary by looking further into the future and imagining how information technology might develop and change our lives in the new digital realities of 2045, 30 years from now.
- 22 Dec
As complex operations become an increasingly frequent feature of contemporary cybercrime, Kaspersky Lab is launching an online service that brings together all the information it holds on the most sophisticated cyber campaigns.
- 18 Dec
A significant new malware threat targeting online banking systems and their customers has been detected by Kaspersky Lab’s security analysts.
- 11 Dec
For several years now, Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) has shed light on some of the world’s biggest Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) campaigns, including RedOctober, Flame, NetTraveler, Miniduke, Epic Turla and Careto/Mask, among others.
- 09 Dec
Kaspersky Lab has undertaken a master review of the key events that defined the threat landscape in 2014.
- 08 Dec
Every year Kaspersky Lab experts evaluate the level of cyber-threats. In 2014 we saw considerable growth in the number of malicious attacks on user computers and mobile devices, further development of financial malware and a change in the vectors of web attacks.
- 05 Dec
According to a survey carried out jointly by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, over a one-year period almost half of the users who responded faced online threats involving attempted money theft.
- 03 Dec
Every day Kaspersky Lab’s Anti-Malware Research team processes 325,000 new malicious files. That is up 10,000 a day compared with last year - and 125,000 a day more than in 2012.