An adult video scam that was discovered infecting Russian Facebook users back in April is now targeting Europeans, Kaspersky Lab reported via its Securelist blog.
The Dutch National Police, Europol, Intel Security and Kaspersky Lab have joined forces to launch an initiative which will see the cooperation fight ransomware.
Information technology and process automation, essential to modern industrial facilities, are under threat from hackers who are increasingly targeting ICS and SCADA systems, says Eugene Kaspersky.
Kaspersky Lab's researchers think they've found an increasing incidence of APT groups using false flag tactics to throw off their pursuers
A recent survey has revealed that 48 percent of businesses believe they know both the identity and motivation of those behind DDoS attacks carried out against them, a large portion of which believed it was their competitors orchestrating the attacks.
Three major anti-virus softwares have been shown to be vulnerable to a large coding vulnerability.
The number of phishing attacks in Russia and the EU countries has significantly increased in recent months.
Among revelations in Kaspersky Lab's new quarterly DDoS report was a DDoS attack that lasted two weeks continuously - but 90 percent of attacks lasted less than 24 hours.
A new report from Kaspersky labs says that teens are more handy with technology but not prepared to defend themselves from online threats
Surveys report on the current state of DDoS attacks.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab said Shade encryptor has gained a top three encryptor berth in Russia in less than a year.
Kaspersky Lab claims to have pinpointed how the Turla cyber-espionage group has been able to hide its command and control servers for the past eight years.
Researchers reveal zero-day vulnerabilities in FireEye and Kaspersky's security software during the US Labor Day holiday weekend.
Kaspersky's latest report shows that in the second quarter of 2015 spam was controlled by emails based on real events.
A Reuters article claimed the Russian cyber-security firm intentionally poisoned good files to throw off competitors' antivirus detection.
As APT sophistication grows we're all at risk - even security vendors
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