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While investigating the infamous Russian-speaking cyberespionage actor Turla, Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered how it’s evading detection of its activity and physical location. As a solution for anonymity, the group uses security weaknesses in global satellite networks.
Kaspersky Lab and B2B International have conducted a survey to find out which cyberthreats Internet users are aware of and which they fear the most. It turns out that theft of online accounts is the biggest concern for users.
Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team has discovered Blue Termite – a cyberespionage campaign that has been targeting hundreds of organizations in Japan for at least two years
Kaspersky Lab’s latest report – ‘spam and phishing in Q2 of 2015’ – reveals spam in the second quarter of 2015 was dominated by letters based on real events
Following the public leak of files belonging to Hacking Team – the company known for selling “legal spyware” to some governments and law enforcement agencies – a number of cyberespionage groups have started using, for their own malicious purposes, the tools Hacking Team provided to its customers to carry out attacks.
According to the Kaspersky DDoS Intelligence statistics for Q2 of 2015, three-quarters of resources attacked via botnets are located in just 10 countries.
Kaspersky Lab has published its Q2 cyberthreats report highlighting key security incidents of the quarter and evaluating the Q2 cyberthreat level
Most TeslaCrypt infections occur in the USA, Germany and Spain; followed by Italy, France and United Kingdom.
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
Kaspersky Lab uncovers Duqu 2.0 – a highly sophisticated malware platform exploiting up to three zero-day vulnerabilities
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