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Stuxnet Virus Has More Relatives Not Yet Deployed
2011-12-29 11:31:13

According to new research from Russian computer security firm Kaspersky Lab, the Stuxnet virus released on Iran's nuclear program was one of five cyber weapons developed in the same lab. Stuxnet has already been linked to the Duqu data-stealing trojan virus, which could be used on cyber attacks on industrial control systems. The Kaspersky researchers gathered evidence that shows the same platform that was used to build Stuxnet and Duqu was also used to create at least three other pieces...

2009-01-26 07:30:00

NETGEAR Debuts ProSecure STM Series of Appliances that Integrate Complete Library of Anti-Malware Technologies from Internet Security Leader Kaspersky Lab SAN JOSE, Calif. and WOBURN, Mass., Jan. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NETGEAR(R), Inc. (Nasdaq: NTGR), a worldwide provider of technologically innovative, branded networking solutions, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of Internet threat management solutions that protect against...

2008-08-04 09:00:25

Kaspersky Lab, a leading provider of Internet security solutions that protect against all forms of viruses, spyware, rookits, hacker attacks and spam, today announced the North American release of Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 and Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009, bringing to market a new standard in anti-malware protection. With an exponential increase in malicious threats and the unprecedented sophistication of cybercriminal activities, industry experts have challenged the anti-malware...

2008-07-31 21:00:20

Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of Internet threat management solutions, has detected two variants of a new worm, Networm.Win32.Koobface.a. and Networm.Win32.Koobface.b, which attack MySpace and Facebook. As part of their malicious payload, the worms transform victim machines into zombie computers to form botnets. Kaspersky Lab warns users that the worms are designed to upload additional malicious modules with other functionality via the Internet. It is highly probable that victim...

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