The OpenSSL Heartbleed bug that could expose passwords, communications, and encryption keys continues to dominate news headlines across the security industry
Meet our new employee – the Elephant. No kidding! The famous sculpture by Salvador Dali will inspire the Kaspersky team right from the Moscow office lobby.
The concept of mobile malware working in bond with computer Trojans to steal money via online banking is not new, however Kaspersky Lab Q1 report indicates that it quickly gaining...
Today, regular instant messengers are hard to trust when it comes to privacy. There are, of course, safer alternatives, but are they able to substitute Skype and WhatsApp?
The Internet has made planning and booking a vacation easier than ever before. But beware, there are lots of scammers who are ready to pounce on unsuspecting victims booking their...
We put too much trust in the Internet. And we need to understand that security products and solutions should compliment a secure mindset.
Be it Candy Crush Saga, EVE Online, QuizUp or World of Tanks, there are risks associated with your gaming online. Know and avert them.
Sometimes we have no other option than to leave our things unattended. Imagine the situation: you are alone at the beach on a hot summer day and cannot resist the temptation to ju...
Headlines dominated by just two stories this week: a seriously widespread crypto bug known as Heartbleed and Microsoft’s end of security support for Windows XP
Cryptographic hash functions are a ubiquitous tool in computing, used for everything from identity verification to malware detection to file protection.