Kaspersky Lab announced today that its security experts discovered the criminals behind the Lurk banking Trojan used legitimate software for infection purposes. Users that installed legitimate remote access software from the developer’s website, ammyy.com, unwittingly had malware leaked on their machines.
PCWorld, By Robert Vamosi
Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 was the second-place finisher in our 2010 security suites roundup, trailing only Norton Internet Security, and not by much. It earns high scores for strong malware detection, efficient performance, and a well-designed interface. While Kaspersky executes these features well, the price ($80 for 3 users as of 3/10/2010) is more than the cost of some other suites.
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