It seems Santa’s reindeer could be deprived of their usual Christmas duty by 2016, as Amazon would arrange for your Christmas presents to be delivered via air drones. Moreover, the
It’s that time of year when you’re buying new computers for yourself, your family or your business. And because you want to take care of the items you spend good
Any of your passwords, be it for email, social networks or online banking hold value for cybercriminals, because almost any stolen account can be used in fraud schemes. It’s no
Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue rounds up the latest security news from the month of November 2013. Download podcast for offline listening
Android malware now has a well-established track record of monetary theft, which is typically accomplished by sending text messages to premium rate numbers. At the end of summer we wrote
Kaspersky Lab is proud to announce our new strategic partnership with Vertu, the luxury mobile phone vendor. Thanks to our new deal, all Vertu customers will receive 12 months complimentary
It’s that time of month again when we catch you up on anything you may have missed in October. So take a peek at some of our top posts from
Non-stop cat and mouse We all need a vacation or at least a weekend to catch our breath a little and get going again. Only the criminal world works non-stop.
Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue rounds up the latest security news from the month of October 2013. Download podcast for offline listening
As many of you know, Kaspersky Lab sponsors Ferrari’s F1 team. In the last week, just before the Japan Grand Prix, Kaspersky Lab’s “Greenbear” was invited by Ferrari as a
The networking giant D-Link has acknowledged and committed to fixing a very serious backdoor vulnerability in a number of its older routers. The vulnerability was uncovered by security researcher Craig
If it seems like the list below is dominated by recent events, that is for good reason: Major media outlets have increasingly poured resources into their websites and social media
On October 17, 2013 the Windows 8.1 update was released. If you are planning on updating your OS to the latest version, pay attention to our Tip of the Week.
Online behavior tracking by Web advertisement agencies attempting to better target consumers with products and other ads is a pervasive, persistent, and contentious practice on the Internet. The ad firms
In 1492, under a charter from the monarchs of Spain, an Italian man named Christopher Columbus severely underestimated the Earth’s circumference, sailing three ships into what he would reportedly die
Quantum computing and quantum communications; these concepts were invented just 30 years ago, after scientific journals refused to issue earlier publications regarding these subjects because it looked more like science-fiction.
Another month has quietly slipped away and you’ve found yourself wondering if you’re all caught up on our articles from September. Not to worry, we’ve rounded up our top posts