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The Hill
Three plead guilty to developing cyber weapon | Deputy AG sees no cause to fire Mueller | Kaspersky hits back over ban | Hurdles remain for Trump tech pushsigned Tuesday banned federal use of its products. While media reports have sa
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
signed Tuesday banned federal use of its products. While media reports have said Russian operatives may have reconfigured Kaspersky Antivirus to search for classified documents in addition to viruses, Kaspersky has denied knowingly participating... Read more
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Tom's Hardware
Kaspersky Antivirus Banned From Use On US Federal NetworksPresident Trump signed into law a bill that bans the Kaspersky Antivirus as wel
Tom's Hardware / Posted 4 days ago
President Trump signed into law a bill that bans the Kaspersky Antivirus as well as any other software made by Kaspersky Labs from use in U.S. federal departments, agencies, or organizations. The law applies to any company that is controlled by... Read more
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The Hill
Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab says fed ban on its products is 'location' biasof the National Defense Authorization Act. There have been media reports that
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
of the National Defense Authorization Act. There have been media reports that Russian operatives may have reconfigured Kaspersky Antivirus to search for classified documents in addition to viruses, though Kaspersky has denied involvement in any... Read more
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The Hill
Flynn guilty plea brings Russia probe closer to White House | NSA worker admits to removing classified info | Dems revive data breach bill | Uber security managers step downMedia reports described that employee as taking classified hacking tools to wor
The Hill / Posted 13 days ago
Media reports described that employee as taking classified hacking tools to work from a home computer that was loaded with Kaspersky Antivirus. According to the same reports, spies used the file scanning function of Kaspersky Antivirus to search... Read more
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International Business Times
Who is Nghia Pho? Ex-NSA hacker pleads guilty to taking classified data which was stolen by Russians the home computer of a former NSA staffer and stealing classified information a
International Business Times / Posted 16 days ago
the home computer of a former NSA staffer and stealing classified information after identifying the NSA files using the Kaspersky antivirus software. Earlier this year, after being the subject of increased scrutiny by US authorities, Kaspersky... Read more
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The Hill
NSA employee pleads guilty to removing classified informationreports described that employee as taking classified hacking tools to work from
The Hill / Posted 16 days ago
reports described that employee as taking classified hacking tools to work from a home computer that was loaded with Kaspersky Antivirus. According to the same reports, spies used the file scanning function of Kaspersky Antivirus to search... Read more
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asianage
NSA hacks planned using pirated Microsoft Windows, not antivirusa pirated copy of Microsoft Office 2013 and used a key generator to bypass the
asianage / Posted 28 days ago
a pirated copy of Microsoft Office 2013 and used a key generator to bypass the activation process. Reports say that the Kaspersky Antivirus, which was installed on the system, was disabled manually in order to activate the pirated copy of... Read more
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The Register
Kaspersky: Clumsy NSA leak snoop's PC was packed with malwareclassified exploit code and associated documents on the personal system were th
The Register / Posted a month ago
classified exploit code and associated documents on the personal system were then slurped by Kremlin spies via his copy of Kaspersky antivirus, it was claimed. Kaspersky denied any direct involvement. It was unfortunate timing considering US... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Russian security firm Kaspersky denies deliberately lifting US spy toolsbecause the computer had installed a pirated version of Microsoft Office that w
Daily Telegraph / Posted a month ago
because the computer had installed a pirated version of Microsoft Office that was ridden with computer viruses, while the Kaspersky antivirus software had been switched off. It said once the software was switched back on, it scanned the computer... Read more

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