- 25 Sep
Why are some of the remote administration programs being called "backdoors"? As you know, one of the most frequently occurring malicious programs is a "Trojan horse." Just like their ancient namesake, "Trojan horses" intrude into PCs under the disguise of a harmless program, attracting users by...
- 21 Sep
A new version of Kaspersky Anti-Virus (AVP) for Linux has been released! Cambridge, UK, September 22, 2000, - Kaspersky Labs Int., an international anti-virus software development company, announces a new version of Kaspersky Anti-Virus (AVP) for Linux. This latest version combines unique...
- 20 Sep
On 19 August, Sun Microsystems and some of its partners announced the shipment of Mobile Information Device (MID) standard, based on the Java programming language (Java<sup>TM</sup> 2 Platform Micro Edition - J2ME) for use on mobile phones. At the same time, Motorola, one of the biggest companies for the...
- 15 Sep
Kaspersky Labs Int., an international anti-virus software vendor, reports the detection of another Internet-worm "I-Worm.Funny". The virus has been reported to be "in-the-wild" in Switzerland. General Characteristics This is an Internet worm written in the scripting language "Visual Basic Script"...
- 11 Sep
Kaspersky Labs Int. refutes accusations about the spreading of "virus hysteria" The W2K.Stream virus has not only generated some lively debate amongst anti-virus experts relative to this sort of malicious program's potential danger. W2K.Stream has also precipitated personal affronts to Kaspersky...
- 10 Sep
Kaspersky Labs Int. is solving the problem of ADS NTFS viruses On September 4, 2000, Kaspersky Labs Int. released a warning about the appearance of the W2K.Stream virus; the first known malicious code, which uses the alternate data streams (ADS) of the NTFS file system. Unfortunately, many...
- 03 Sep
<p><b>Moscow, Russia, September 4, 2000</b> - Kaspersky Lab, an international anti-virus software development company, announces the discovery of <b>W2K.Stream</b> virus, which represents a new generation of malicious programs for Windows 2000. This virus uses a new breakthrough technology based on the "Stream Companion" method for self-embedding into the NTFS file system. </p>