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There are less mobile devices users that use a cybersecurity solution

Shifting Internet usage habits, an overreliance on mobile devices and a blasé attitude towards device security have been highlighted as key cybersecurity impact areas...

Kaspersky discovered a malware kit used for ”cracking” ATMs for dummies

Kaspersky lab researchers have discovered a malware targeting ATMs, which was being openly sold on the DarkNet market. Cutlet Maker consists of three components...

INTERPOL and Kaspersky Lab sign new threat intelligence exchange agreement

Found in the middle of a big scandal, started by the US authorities that accuses the IT security firm for collaborating with Russian secret...

Dangerous liaisons: Kaspersky Lab reveals the ugly truth about online dating

Despite around one-in-three people using online dating services and apps, not everyone enjoys a positive experience. The latest research from Kaspersky Lab suggests that...

DDoS attacks on organizations continues to climb

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are on the rise, with over a third (33%) of organisations facing a DDoS attack in 2017 –...

Would you pay with your pictures to buy stuff from stores?...

The Data Dollar Store created by cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab caused a stir in the heart of London’s technology capital in Old Street –...

Hackers use crypto malware to attack computers in factories

In the first half of the year manufacturing companies were most susceptible: ICS computers of them accounted for about one third of all attacks,...

Companies lose nearly $1 million on one targeted attack

Growing numbers of European businesses are being targeted by advanced threats, with some malware staying undiscovered within corporate infrastructure for months. Hidden attacks are...

Kaspersky products to be purged from governmental institutions

Governmental agencies in the US were ordered to remove Kaspersky Lab products from their networks, saying it was concerned the Moscow-based cyber security firm...

Mobile trojans steal users’ money through WAP-billing services

Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered an unusual rise in mobile Trojan clickers that are stealing money from Android users through WAP-billing – a type...

In Q2 Spammers cashed in on WannaCry epidemics to promote fraudulent...

In Q2 2017, cybercriminals involved in spam distribution tried to capitalize on public fears when the WannaCry ransomware epidemic struck in May. Knowing that...

Exploit leaks led to over 5 million attacks in Q2 2017

Exploit packages in-the-wild became the game changer of the cyber threat landscape in Q2 2017. In just 3 months, Kaspersky lab products have blocked...

Kaspersky launches new app for Android devices

Kaspersky Lab introduces its new freemium application, Kaspersky Secure Connection for Android, designed to protect user data transmitted via the Internet. For convenience and maximum...

WannaCry and ExPetr could have done more damages if the attackers...

It seems that WannaCry and ExPetr, two very dangerous ransomware platforms, sharing the same exploits to attack their victims, might've been more effective if...

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