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Why Lenovo Is Purging Adware From New PCs

(Bloomberg) -- Kaspersky Lab's Vitaly Kamluk discusses Lenovo's announcement that it will no longer pre-install advertising software on its PCs, a week after the world's biggest computer maker apologized for including adware on consumer laptops ... Yahoo! Finance, 3 weeks ago

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Video: Vitaly Kamluk on The Equation Group APT

Kaspersky Lab's global research and analysis team uncovered what they claim is the most sophisticated advanced persistent threat group yet known. [embedded content] Known as the Equation Group , researchers led by GReAT director Costin Raiu ...
 Threatpost4 weeks ago
Miami Herald

Beware of your move

Listen BRANDON BAILEY SAN FRANCISCO Did the National Security Agency (NSA) plant spyware deep in the hard drives of thousands of computers used by foreign governments, banks and other surveillance targets around the world? A new report ...
 Gulf Time UAE1 month ago PC spyware targets foreign banks, governments  Canadian Manufacturing1 month ago Did the NSA hack your hard drive? month ago Did NSA plant spyware in computers shipped abroad?  Miami Herald1 month ago

Security Experts Say Equation Malware Dead but Remains a Threat

NEWS ANALYSIS: Security experts say the Equation Group has long since shut down its malware operation after its cover was blown, but the code is available for cyber-criminals to repurpose and refine. If you're worried about the malware revealed by ...
 EWeek1 month ago Beyond Stuxnet and Flame: Equation 'most advanced' cybercriminal gang recorded  ZDNet1 month ago

'Breakthrough' NSA spyware shows deep grasp of makers' hard drives

What seems to be a U.S.-run computer espionage program has reportedly figured out how to employa "breakthrough" snooping tactic — the implanting ofspywareinto hard drives —that could compromise most of the world's computers. As a matter of ...
 CBC1 month ago The NSA Can Implant Spyware On Hard Drives  Huffington Post Canada1 month ago

Equation super cyberspies target Macs with malware, too

Kaspersky Lab finds clues to malware planted on Chinese Macs, attempts to hack iPhones The Equation cyberespionage group that used tools similar to those deployed in the past by U.S. intelligence agencies appears to have targeted Macs as well as ...
 Computerworld1 month ago
Wired News

Suite of Sophisticated Nation-State Attack Tools Found With Connection to Stuxnet

CANCUN, Mexico—The last two years have been filled with revelations about NSA surveillance activities and the sophisticated spy tools the agency uses to take control of everything from individual systems to entire networks. Now it looks like ...
 Wired News1 month ago

Inside nls_933w.dll, the Equation APT Persistence Module

CANCUN The names called out like beacons from the screen: Samsung; Seagate; Western Digital; Hitachi; Maxtor. Hardware makers were in the crosshairs of the Equation APT group and it was perhaps the worst possible scenario imagined by researchers ...
 Threatpost1 month ago

The Real Cybercrime Geography

Editor's note: ArkadyBukh, Esq. ,is a New York criminal attorney who focuses on high-profile white collar crime and federal cases. WhenSonyPictures was the target of a recent cyber attack , computer experts were quick to speculate that North ...
 TechCrunch2 months ago
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