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If we can’t trust Kaspersky, can we trust Microsoft?

An intelligence agency may still break into software companies to backdoor their software, and probably will.

Complex ‘The Mask’ malware found behind massive cyber attacks

An advanced Spanish-speaking "threat actor" dubbed "The Mask" has been discovered to be behind global cyberespionage operations since at least 2007.

Kaspersky report show spammers are back

A recent Kaspersky report has revealed that spam increased 13 percentage points during February and averaged 71% for the month.

Kaspersky releases Red October report

Kaspersky Lab has published a report on the Red October cyber-espionage campaign, which targeted various vital organisations and spanned years.

Smartphones the new El Dorado for computer criminals

Smartphones are the new El Dorado for computer criminals, security experts say, with many owners unaware of the risk or what to do about it.

Rica a security minefield, says Kaspersky

Security specialist Kaspersky Lab said RICA, requiring proof of ID and residence, could compromise South African citizens' security.

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