Founder and CEO of Moscow-based anti-virus software company Kaspersky Lab Eugene Kaspersky said that he would quit and move the business out of Russia if intelligence agencies ever asked his company to spy for it.
The statement comes after Moscow expressed concerns the search engine might discriminate against Russian media, according to a report by Reuters.
A Canadian citizen accused by the US government of helping Russian intelligence agents break into email accounts as part of a massive 2014 breach of Yahoo accounts is expected to plead guilty, according to reports.
Alphabet’s Google has reclaimed the spot as the default search engine on Mozilla’s Firefox Internet browser in the US and other regions.
The ransomware prompts users to download an Adobe Flash update when visiting an infected website instead of attacking a weakness in the computer’s security.
The company said on Monday that it will add more than 1,000 people to review the ads that run on its platforms.
Users are putting their precious and sensitive data in danger, by the way they share both their information, and their physical devices containing this information with others.
The United States government has reportedly removed Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab from its lists of approved vendors for two contracts that agencies use to acquire technology services.
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A new wave of cyber-attacks, Petya, a ransomware similar to the Wannacry attack, has taken out servers and IT …