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Apr 11, 2019
'TajMahal' spyware detected by Kaspersky Lab stayed hidden for past five yearsThe TajMahal spyware consisted of 80 malicious modules that enabled a wide range of attacks on victims.
Mar 27, 2019
ASUS Hack: Here's how to check if your laptop's been infected by ShadowHammerASUS has now released an official diagnostic tool to verify whether your system is affected.
Dec 17, 2018
Your digital life can be sold for as low as Rs 3,500 on the Dark web: Kaspersky LabThis can include data from social media accounts, banking details, even services like Uber, Netflix.
Nov 04, 2018
A third of users in India victim to internet threats between July and SeptemberIndia ranks 12th when it comes to the dangers associated with surfing the web as per Kaspersky Labs.
Jun 12, 2018
More than 20 percent of Wi-Fi hotspots in cities hosting FIFA World Cup are potentially unsafe: Kaspersky LabKaspersky Lab said its findings are based on an analysis of public Wi-Fi spots in 11 FIFA World Cup 2018 host cities.
Apr 21, 2018
Twitter bans ads from Kaspersky citing conflict with advertising rules and alleged ties with Russian intelligenceEugene Kaspersky said in his blog post that he was surprised by Twitter’s ban and asked the company to reconsider.
Mar 16, 2018
Chinese advanced persistent threat actor found attacking pharma companies using the PlugX malwareA Chinese APT actor has been found to be targetting Vietnamese pharma companies with the PlugX malware to steal drug formulas and business information.
Feb 14, 2018
Telegram Desktop targeted by cryptomining malware: Kaspersky LabIt was designed to trick users of Telegram’s desktop computer software into enlisting their machines to mine cryptocurrencies.
Feb 01, 2018
Over 25% of the 1.2 mn mobile users affected by malware in 2017, were lured through pornographic contentDuring the course of the research, Kaspersky Lab specialists identified 23 families of malware that use adult content to hide their real functionality
Jan 31, 2018
Sizable portion of smartphone users affected by mobile malware were lured through adult content: ReportDuring the course of the research, Kaspersky Lab specialists identified 23 families of malware that use adult content to hide their real functionality.