Eugene Kaspersky

Kaspersky Lab plays Swiss gambit in attempt to assuage Russian spying fears

Kaspersky Lab has announced that it is moving some of its core infrastructure from Russia to Switzerland.

McAfee joins the anti-Kaspersky witch hunt in shitty attempt to sell a few boxes

A witch hunt against a long-established major player in the infosecurity space should be something that brings the industry together. It’s ghastly to see how McAfee is behaving.

The FBI is briefing US companies against using Kaspersky products, claims report

According to media reports, the FBI has been quietly meeting with companies to warn them of the threat posed by Russian security firm Kaspersky.

Eugene Kaspersky says U.S. government can examine his company’s source code

Anti-virus veteran is prepared to open up Kaspersky’s source code for scrutiny to debunk fears of “Russian government influence.”

David Bisson reports.

U.S. Senate committee wants to ban Kaspersky products from the Department of Defense

A committee in the United States Senate intends to prohibit the Department of Defense from using Kaspersky Lab’s products for fear of “Russian government influence”.

David Bisson reports.

US intelligence chiefs don’t trust Kaspersky. But why?

The chiefs of the United States’s intelligence agencies have publicly stated that they wouldn’t feel comfortable running Kaspersky anti-virus software on their computers.

Would be nice if they explained why…

Kaspersky being hacked is a lesson for us all

Often times it’s not the fact that your business has been hacked that will lose your customers’ confidence, but the way your company responds.

Kaspersky hit by new below-the-belt sauna spy attack in the Wall Street Journal

Is it me, or is the WSJ deliberately misrepresenting Kaspersky’s denial to sow the seeds of doubt in conspiracy theorists’ minds?

Kaspersky accused of having close ties to sauna-loving Russian spies

Bloomberg claims that Russian anti-virus expert Eugene Kaspersky has close ties to the Kremlin.

What’s more, claims are made that they are meeting up in the sauna…

Kaspersky Lab “accidentally” defends monitoring of innocent internet users in online article

“You shouldn’t be paranoid and try to conceal your location while online.”

Seriously? This from a computer security company?

Stuxnet “badly infected” Russian nuclear plant, claims Kaspersky

Eugene Kaspersky has claimed that the Stuxnet virus – widely believed to have been built by the United States and Israel to disrupt Iran’s nuclear plans – managed to also infect the internal network of a Russian nuclear plant.

Top five worst videos from anti-virus companies

Golden raspberries all round for the anti-virus companies who came up with these video turkeys.