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A group of security researchers have discovered major flaws in Google’s reCAPTCHA technology.
Ryan Naraine and Juan Andrés Guerrero-Saade discuss the threat landscape and what is being done to pre-vent major attacks.
Tips to keep your Twitter account safe and secure.
Over the years, the number of cyber-attacks have been constantly growing. But not only have they grown, they’ve become more sophisticated and harder to prevent. So many more things and
Find out how to make sure you’re keeping your Tumblr account as secure as possible.
The SAS 2016 has come and gone. Here’s a look back on the top 10 Tweets from the conference to relive the magic.
The rise of Snapchat has brought a whole host of security issues regarding the app. Make sure your account is secure.
Cyber-literate users possesses a variety of good habits, which protect them online and offline. What are these traits?
The 3Q and 4Q of 2014 were rather successful for Kaspersky Lab: our solutions became acknowledged winners of 11 independent tests (including long-term ones). Europe’s best selling computer magazine —
This November, Kaspersky Lab brought you a number of insightful industry reads and breaking security news stories. From the Darkhotel APT attacks, to how to increase the battery life of
Kaspersky Lab revealed a cyberspy campaign, Darkhotel, which had been active for seven years in a number of luxury Asian hotels.
Read highlights from our top posts in October.
Hacking and espionage are hardly crimes for the secret service, but rather are a part of their everyday work. But imagine what could happen if their tools end up in wrong hands.
Phishing is the most developed form of Internet scamming. Let’s explore the topic in order to better understand why it became so prominent and what measures one can take to avoid a phishing attack.
Read highlights from our top posts in August.
It would be nice to think that it would take a lot more than an overeager amateur hacker like Seth Green’s character from the 2003 movie “The Italian Job,” to bring traffic to a screeching halt.
Read highlights from our top posts in July.
These young researchers will shape cyberworld in the next decade.
Read highlights from our top posts in June.