26 Sep   Press Releases, Virus News

Kaspersky Lab exposes “Icefog”: a new cyber-espionage campaign focusing on supply chain attacks

New trend: the emergence of small groups of cyber-mercenaries available for hire to perform surgical hit and run operations

24 Sep   Business News, Virus News

Exposing the security weaknesses we tend to overlook

It takes 8,5 – 10 weeks the average company to fix a vulnerability – enough time for attackers to gain access to a corporate network

12 Sep   Press Releases, Virus News

Can online transactions ever be safe?

The rise of online banking has given birth to a new form of cybercrime – the theft of payment information. Fraudsters keep developing new ways of bypassing protective systems for financial data.

11 Sep   Virus News

Kaspersky Lab Analyzes Active Cyber-Espionage Campaign Primarily Targeting South Korean Entities

Today Kaspersky Lab’s security research team published a report that analyzes an active cyber-espionage campaign primarily targeting South Korean think-tanks.

09 Sep   Virus News

Is there any protection against Java exploits?

In the last six months, two million users have been targeted in cyber-attacks using Java exploits

05 Sep   Virus News

First ever case of mobile Trojan spreading via 'alien' botnets

Over the last three months Kaspersky analysts have been investigating how the Obad.a Trojan, a malicious app for Android, is distributed. It transpires that the criminals behind the Trojan have adopted a new technique to spread their malware.

04 Sep   Press Releases, Virus News

Lost forever – 61% of users could not fully restore data damaged by malware

When malware strikes, the impact on data can be disastrous. And to make matters worse, there’s no guarantee of getting that valuable information back. Only 39% were able to retrieve all the data they lost in a malware attack, according to a summer 2013 survey by B2B International and Kaspersky Lab. 61% lost at least some of their information forever.

03 Sep   Virus News

NetTraveler is back with new tricks

Kaspersky Lab researchers today announced a new attack vector of NetTraveler (also known as “Travnet”, “Netfile” or Red Star APT), an advanced persistent threat that has already infected hundreds of high profile victims in more than 40 countries

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