Kaspersky Lab wishes everyone a happy- and safe- Halloween!
Today, users are readily spending their money on house arrest-style services similar to those used for tracking criminals. They call them fitness trackers.
Cybercriminals actively use online payments to their own advantage, but Kaspersky Lab knows how to outwit them!
Brian Donohue and Dennis Fisher talk about a new attack on the SSL protocol, which is now known as POODLE.
From time to time, PC users face situations where a system is totally damaged and almost nothing can fix it. The Kaspersky Rescue Disk is our solution for such a situation.
Twitter debuts a grand but simple plan to replace passwords where your phone number is your username and an SMS-generated code is your password.
Google's mobile operating system joins Apple's iOS in offering full disk encryption by default to all users in its newest version — Android 5.0 aka Lollipop.
You will no longer need to download the installer and manually upgrade to the newest version of Kaspersky Internet Security; your antivirus will do it automatically for you!
The owners of certain expensive cars can analyze their driving skills in the same way F1 pilots do. However, this information is sensitive and, thus, should be protected.
New research shows that studying and mnemonic devices could help us to better remember our passwords.