Displaying items by tag: Antivirus software

Czech anti-virus firm Avast has been forced to disable a JavaScript interpreter within its software after a Google vulnerability researcher detailed how the emulator could be abused to effect a remote exploit.

Published in Security

Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab says it has been in regular contact with the Australian Government in order to keep officials briefed about the issues that the company has faced in the US and other countries.

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At times, it does not pay to be the brightest kid on the block. But Kaspersky Lab, which has been in the forefront of A-V research for some time, would have got away even with this, had it not been for a catastrophic leak of Windows vulnerabilities crafted by the NSA via a group that has called itself the Shadow Brokers.

Published in Open Sauce

Anti-virus software doesn’t stop new threats or advanced malicious-email attacks.as hackers use scam emails to deliver new ‘fast-break’ or ‘zero-day’ attacks, according to security firm MailGuard.

Published in Security
Monday, 04 December 2017 09:52

UK warns about use of Russian A-V software

An UK intelligence group has issued an advisory to all government departments, warning about the use of Russian anti-virus software.

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US local government agencies across the country are continuing to use software from Kaspersky Lab even though the federal government removed the company from a list of approved software suppliers for two government-wide purchasing contracts that are used to buy technology services.

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