Kaspersky

Olympic hackers may be attacking chemical warfare prevention labs

1 day ago   |   Engadget   |   2 articles

The team behind the 2018 Winter Olympics hack is still active, according to security researchers - in fact, it's switching to more serious targets. Kaspersky has discovered...
Read more ...

Kaspersky pulls plug on Europol joint venture after EU parliament vote to ban its software

2 days ago   |   TechCrunch

Fresh political woes for Russian security firm Kaspersky, which has reacted angrily to a vote in the European Union Parliament last week to ban its software - on the grounds...
Read more ...

Kaspersky Lab halts European cybercrime work

5 days ago   |   BBC

The security firm halted the work after questions were asked in the European Parliament about its software.
Read more ...

EU Considers Banning Kaspersky Software ‘Confirmed as Malicious'

EU Considers Banning Kaspersky Software ‘Confirmed as Malicious'

5 days ago   |   ExtremeTech

The EU has passed a directive calling for the end of using Kaspersky products after they've been "proven malicious." That particular bar hasn't quite been met, at least not...
Read more ...

Chinese Hackers Carried Out Country-Level Watering Hole Attack

6 days ago   |   The Hacker News

Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered an espionage campaign that has targeted a national data center of an unnamed central Asian country in order to conduct watering hole...
Read more ...

Kaspersky freezes ties with Europol over calls for EU ban

6 days ago   |   Phys.org

Russian cybersecurity giant Kaspersky Lab said it has decided to put a halt to its work with several European anti-cybercrime initiatives, following a move in the European...
Read more ...

Wi-Fi hotspots in World Cup host cities unsafe

Wi-Fi hotspots in World Cup host cities unsafe

16 days ago   |   TechRadar   |   2 articles

If you're planning on visiting Russia during the World Cup, be careful what kind of information you're sharing over the internet, because not all public Wi-Fi networks over...
Read more ...

World Cup 2018 Wi-Fi hotspots could be a major security risk

World Cup 2018 Wi-Fi hotspots could be a major security risk

16 days ago   |   TechRadar   |   2 articles

Football fans heading to Russia for the World Cup 2018 have been warned to be on their guard when connecting to local Wi-Fi networks. Security researchers from Kaspersky Lab...
Read more ...

Valve Squashes Decade-Old Steam Security Bug, and More Security News This Week

18 days ago   |   Wired

A Ticketfly hack, the Kaspersky ban stays, and more security news this week.
Read more ...

Get 50% off Kaspersky antivirus: half price on its strongest premium security software

Get 50% off Kaspersky antivirus: half price on its strongest premium security software

19 days ago   |   TechRadar

Safety in numbers is fine when you're out and about, but when it comes to computing you want to keep those numbers after that pound sign low. That's why computer security...
Read more ...


Register you to post on HTech

Free Registration

Instagram launches IGTV video hub for creators

Instagram launches IGTV video hub for creators

Instagram is ready to compete head on with YouTube. Today at a flashy event in San Francisco, the company is announcing it will begin allowing users to upload videos up to 1... Read more ...

Facebook is testing paid monthly subscriptions for Groups

Facebook is testing paid monthly subscriptions for Groups

Facebook is testing Group subscriptions, which will allow Group admins to charge for exclusive content. Only a few will have access to the feature as of now, but they'll be... Read more ...

Millions of Roku and Sonos Devices Easily Hacked: What to Do

Millions of Roku and Sonos Devices Easily Hacked: What to Do

First Google devices, and now Roku and Sonos streaming players can be attacked via web browsers running on PCs. They won't be the last. Read more ...

Instagram just reached 1 billion users

Instagram just reached 1 billion users

Instagram announced on Wednesday it had reached 1 billion active users for the first time ever. In comparison, Facebook has around 2.19 billion monthly active users and... Read more ...

Not another notch: Oppo's Find X smartphone camera pops up for pix

Not another notch: Oppo's Find X smartphone camera pops up for pix

Honda's Insight hybrid grows up and turns 20, Microsoft plugs their new News app into an AI, Oppo Find X smartphone camera plays hide and seek. Read more ...

Tesla sues ex-employee for hacking, theft, and leaking to the press

Tesla sues ex-employee for hacking, theft, and leaking to the press

Tesla filed a lawsuit on Wednesday alleging that a former employee hacked the company's system and transferred “gigabytes” of data to unnamed third parties. The lawsuit may... Read more ...

AMC is launching its own service to compete with MoviePass

AMC is launching its own service to compete with MoviePass

MoviePass might not be around much longer, but if you've got AMC theaters in your area, a better option has just come along. AMC has just announced Stubs A-List, allowing users... Read more ...

Instagram announces IGTV, a new app for long-form vertical videos

Instagram announces IGTV, a new app for long-form vertical videos

Five years after Instagram first gained support for videos , the social network has announced a new video initiative. IGTV is a new way for Instagram users to watch long-form... Read more ...

Microsoft acquires AI firm Bonsai to bring more 'brains' to machine learning

Microsoft acquires AI firm Bonsai to bring more 'brains' to machine learning

The Bonsai team. Microsoft is looking to bolster machine learning autonomy with its latest acquisition, Bonsai. Microsoft today announced plans to acquire Bonsai , a... Read more ...

Up close with the Galaxy S9 in 'Sunrise Gold'

Up close with the Galaxy S9 in 'Sunrise Gold'

Samsung teased a gold color variant of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus two days ago, and now it's officially announced the availability. Starting June 24th, you'll be able to get the... Read more ...