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Kaspersky Lab and the Archeological Society at Athens extend cooperation in Akrotiri

Today Kaspersky Lab is announcing its latest step in its mission to save the world. Understanding the importance of preserving past cultures, for the benefit of future generations, Kaspersky Lab is continuing its cooperation with the Archeological Society at Athens (ASA) to further develop its Akrotiri project, and save the remains of the historic Cycladic/Minoan settlement.

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Kaspersky Lab Detects Over 2M Mobile Malware in Q1 2016

Nearly 2-in-10 Filipino Mobile Users Infected with Mobile Malware Cybercriminals continue to improve new techniques to deceive users and their stealthy malware targets not just big organizations but also personal consumers. Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) revealed over two million mobile malware were detected by Kaspersky Lab worldwide in the first quarter of 2016, 11 times […]

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Pure.Charger: How to charge your smartphone in a public location without infecting it

We truly hope that you keep in mind the risks of public charging spots. But what about users who are always on the road or spend a lot of time away from sockets at home or in the office? We have a solution for them: Pure.Charger.

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8% Of Users Hide Their Computers To Keep Their Sensitive Data Safe

To protect their privacy, paranoid users are turning to a multitude of methods to keep their personal data away from prying eyes in the online world, including hiding their computers. Yet multiple research studies from Kaspersky Lab shows that not enough users are aware of the risks, and those that are, use the wrong methods to stay safe online.

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Acer Liquid Zest: Affordable and light on the pocket

Acer has its share of products in the market and the latest mobile device one may spot is the Acer Liquid Zest. The latest mid-range and budget friendly device made its rounds at the Mobile World Congress 2016 and is something that wise buyers may seriously offer.

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Who Else is Using your Servers? Kaspersky Lab Exposes Massive Underground Market Selling Over 70,000 Hacked Servers

Kaspersky Lab researchers have investigated a global forum where cybercriminals can buy and sell access to compromised servers for as little as $6 each. The xDedic marketplace, which appears to be run by a Russian-speaking group, currently lists 70,624 hacked Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) servers for sale. The Philippines is among the top 50 countries with hacked servers listed in xDedic.

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