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Dark Reading, By Sara Peters
Microsoft successfully disrupted roughly one-quarter of the APT actors Kaspersky monitors, but took down millions of innocent hostnames too.
Researchers at Kaspersky say that Microsoft's takeover of 22 No-IP dynamic DNS servers hit the Syrian Electronic Army and other cybercrime groups hard, but it also disrupted innocent users' business in the process. Microsoft says the trouble is resolved. No-IP says it isn't. An apparently-unrelated DDoS attack on the No-IP.com website hit Tuesday, adding to the trouble. Read more.
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FRANKFURT, Germany – September 13, 2017 – In response to the rising cybersecurity challenges facing the connected and autonomous car industry, today Kaspersky Lab and AVL Software and Functions GmbH unveil the Secure Communication Unit (SCU) at New Mobility World / IAA 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Given that Kaspersky Lab doesn’t have inappropriate ties with any government, the company is disappointed with the decision by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), but also is grateful for the opportunity to provide additional information to the agency in order to confirm that these allegations are completely unfounded.