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On Monday security researchers at Kaspersky Labs announced the discovery of cyber-espionage malware, which may have targeted governments and companies in 31 countries. Dubbed “The Mask” or “Careto,” it is believed to be one of the first Spanish language attacks to have been discovered.
Users of Kaspersky Labs’ anti-virus software were left without access to the Internet after installing a faulty update that was released on Monday.
The Security experts at Kaspersky Labs have discovered malware which has been targeting Eastern Europe and North America since 2007, stealing confidential and encrypted documents for more than 5 years.
After keeping a diligent eye on the Flame malware in all its variations and releases, security experts have discovered yet another version of the spyware which they are calling “miniFlame.”
Earlier this year, the Iranian nuclear program was attacked by a powerful and targeted form of cyber weaponry known as the Stuxnet Trojan. Then in May, a cyber-surveillance tool called Flame was uncovered and was later called "the most sophisticated cyber weapon yet unleashed" by researchers at Kaspersky Labs. It was later discovered that US military and intelligence agencies – including the CIA and NSA – had worked together with the Israeli military to craft this malicious software in an...
Russian security firm Kaspersky Labs has called for help from the world’s leading cryptographers to help break the encryption of what remains a still-mysterious and potentially devastating warhead delivered by the Gauss cyber-surveillance malware.
Computer security experts say a computer virus that has infected industrial control systems worldwide appears to have been aimed primarily at nuclear facilities in Iran.
By Lim Yeh Ern KASPERSKY Labs has announced the Kaspersky 2009 security solutions, which will be available early next year. The solutions comprise Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 and Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009.
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