A Kaspersky report said that Shlayer, malware pretending to be a Flash update on streaming sites, is the most common malware on Apple macOS.
Kaspersky uncovered a new advanced persistent threat group, Dark Universe, that had been operating in the dark for eight years.
Kaspersky filed an antitrust complaint against Apple, saying it removed features from its parental control app in order to favor Apple’s Screen Time app.
Of particular concern is a program that saw Kaspersky Lab employees accompany FSB agents on physical raids.
Security software firm Kaspersky has unveiled detailed about a stealth virus that has been deployed at least since May 2007 and served as espionage tool.
Security software maker has released an analysis of a rootkit that recently showed up on the Full Disclosure mailing list.
Kaspersky Lab tells the grim story of outdated DSL modem firmware which opened the door to the big bad hackers throughout Brazil.
After discovering that the authors of Stuxnet and Flame have been in contact and both malwares have been, most likely, been developed under government authority, we learned today that the rabbit hole is much deeper than we thought.
Ouch. Eugene Kaspersky, founder of the security software firm Kaspersky, accused Apple of having missed the boat on computer security.
There are still around 140,000 infected with the Flashback/Flashfake malware, meaning the decline seen since last week has tapered off.
Kaspersky Lab now offers a removal tool for the Flashback/Flashfake trojan. Meanwhile, Apple is working with its own separate tool.