Senate votes Kaspersky Lab off its networks
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It is Putin’s pawn


The US Senate voted to ban Moscow-based cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab’s products from use by the federal government, claiming that it may be a pawn of the Kremlin and poses a national security risk.

Kaspersky trolls patent troll
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Why don’t you pay us $5,000 to go away?

Kaspersky Labs turned the tables on an East Texas patent troll who demanded a cash settlement before it would go away.

Cut ties with Kaspersky, FBI warns companies
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An 'unacceptable threat'

The Untouchables are briefing private sector companies on intelligence claiming to show that the Moscow-based cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab is an unacceptable threat to national security.

Kaspersky withdraws Microsoft antitrust complaint
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Vole agrees to change how it delivers security updates to Windows users


Russian cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab has withdrawn antitrust complaints against Microsoft.

Microsoft hits back against Russian Kaspersky
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We are perfectly legal


Software King of the World Microsoft has hit back at the anti-virus outfit Kaspersky’s complaint to the EU.

Kaspersky sues Microsoft over Windows 10
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Microsoft has been playing monopoly again

Russian security software maker Kaspersky Lab has filed antitrust complaints against Microsoft with the European Commission and the German federal cartel office.

US getting paranoid about Kaspersky
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The price of gaming elections


The US, which was once paranoid about Chinese hackers, is now so concerned about Russia’s hackers it is now focusing on the country’s cyber security expert Kaspersky.

Kaspersky man charged with treason
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AV outfit says it is nothing to do with us


The AV world is a bit shocked by the arrest of Kaspersky Lab’s security expert Ruslan Stoyanov on charges of treason.

Hackers might be business rivals
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Dueling with DDOS as weapon of choice

While everyone is claiming that hackers are Isis, anonymous or Chinese spooks, it is increasingly looking like a big chunk is just businesses trying to shut down competition.

Eugene Kaspersky threatened to "rub out rival"
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He will sleep with the fishes

The language of the anti-virus industry has always been a little colourful, but Eugene Kaspersky went a little over the top with his godfather impersonation.