It turned out that Lenovo’s laptops had been shipped with an adware called Superfish. It possibly allows eavesdropping on encrypted connections
Kaspersky Lab researchers uncovered Desert Falcons, the first exclusively Arabic APT group, presenting their findings at the Security Analyst Summit in Cancun.
A malware that cannot be wiped from the victim’s hard drive does exist. However, it’s so rare and expensive, that you probably won’t ever encounter it.
The Carbanak APT group managed to steal a total of $1 bln from dozens of banks worldwide
New version of CTB-Locker, a ransomware that uses Tor and Bitcoin to evade detection and takedowns, should be avoided at all costs.
A researcher has developed a nasty bootkit capable of taking complete control of OS X devices. Here is what you need to know.
For the second time in three years, Sony is the main character in a massive and humiliating cyberattack.
A new variant of the Zeus banking trojan has emerged, targeting consumer accounts at 150 banks in 15 countries.
Kaspersky Lab experts analyze the security and privacy trends that emerged in 2014, including anonymous Tor browsing, ransomware, APT attacks and more.
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