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On viruses for Palms, ecosystems and continuity

A while ago we “celebrated” 10 years since the first smartphone malware emerged. While we made the first Symbian antivirus in 2004, it doesn’t mean that we had no mobile security products before that. It was hard to unearth and boot an antique handheld from early 2000s, and even harder to find, install and launch our old software. Yes, it’s long obsolete, but there’s a reason for all these efforts. Read about it in our new blog post.

Stuxnet’s “hole”: the vulnerability is still around

Four years after the discovery of the Stuxnet worm, the primary vulnerability it had been exploiting is still around. This is mainly the problem of poorly maintained Windows XP PCs and servers, most likely inhabited by worms. In the interconnected world a neglected PC or a server is a possible problem for many people.

IT Security Risks Survey 2014: None is spared

Kaspersky Lab has released a new IT Security Risks Survey, conducted in 2013-2014 together with B2B International. Facts and figures show that security situations in businesses improved very little, if at all. Small and mid-sized businesses still have their IT strategy low on their priorities list.