Kaspersky Lab says it spotted evidence of a vulnerability in the desktop version of Telegram that allowed attackers to install cryptocurrency mining malware on users' computers. The zero-day exploit was used to trick Telegram users into downloading malicious files, which could then be used to deliver cryptocurrency mining software and spyware. Show More Summary
The law firm Baker McKenzie, representing Kaspersky Lab Inc., is mounting a two-front attack in Washington federal district court to challenge a ban that prohibits U.S. agencies from using the Russia-based company's software.
Attacks first took place in March 2017 and are being carried out by Russian cybercrime gangs, says Kaspersky Lab.
Previously undetected malware directed at users of the desktop version of the messaging app Telegram has been discovered by the Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab, Kaspersky said on Tuesday. The malicious software has been used to target Russian users since March 2017, Kaspersky said in a...
Addition by Belgian National Police and Kaspersky Lab brings number of decryption tools on the No More Ransom portal up to 52.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab find that a quarter of Android malware used porn as the bait.
A new research report from Kaspersky Labs details their analysis of Skygofree, a newly discovered strain of malware that offers some of the most comprehensive and invasive surveillance tools ever seen for Android. (more…)
The Skygofree spyware is probably an 'offensive' surveillance product from a developer in Italy, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Be careful what you say around your smartphone—you never know who might be listening. Russian antivirus provider Kaspersky Lab revealed in a report today that it uncovered a new type of spyware for Android that demonstrates “never-before-seen...Show More Summary
A newly discovered variety of Android malware that Kaspersky Lab calls “one of the most powerful spyware tools that we have ever seen for this platform” can surreptitiously record audio when a device enters locations attackers choose, the security company warns. Show More Summary
U.S. officials haven’t offered conclusive evidence that antivirus products made by Kaspersky Lab were behind national-security breaches, but a series of incidents drove them to raise alarms about the Russian security-software compan...
Government officials warn that software from Kaspersky Lab could be subverted by Russian intelligence. A security researcher shows how it could be done.
Lithuania will ban Moscow-based cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab's products from computers managing key energy, finance and transport systems due to security concerns, authorities said Thursday.
Cybersecurity researchers at the Kaspersky Lab intentionally infected an Android phone with a new species of nefarious malware. Two days later, the overtaxed phone battery had bulged and actually warped the phone. The researchers call...Show More Summary
Kaspersky Labs is fighting back against a ban implemented by the U.S. federal government earlier this year by suing the Department of Homeland Security on the grounds that the ban itself is unconstitutional. The ban, implemented by DHS...Show More Summary
The Department of Homeland Security has "harmed Kaspersky Lab's reputation and its commercial operations without any evidence of wrongdoing by the company," said Eugene Kaspersky.
Moscow-based software company says a Trump administration ban on use of its products deprived it of due process.
Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab filed suit against the U.S., demanding that the Department of Homeland Security rescind a ban on Kaspersky software in government computers.
(Reuters) — Moscow-based security software maker Kaspersky Lab said on Monday it has asked a U.S. federal court to overturn a Trump administration ban on use of its products in government networks, saying the move deprived the company of due process. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in September issued a directive ordering civilian government […]