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Kaspersky Lab Is Working On A Super Secure OS

Kaspersky Lab has been at the head of digital security for quite some time. The firm has been critical in digging out some of the most nefarious digital threats recently and is now working on a super secure operating system which will be primarily meant for use in major industries and critical facilities.
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Scareware Ring Told To Cough Up $163 Million

Digital security has become a critically important matter for most PC users around the globe. Given the sheer number of malware and other hacking tools used, it is pertinent that the computers be guarded against nefarious intrusions. However, a woman named Kristy Ross, decided to cash on this sentiment by selling a fake security software, for which…
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Nicknames Of Flame Malware Coders Found On Control Servers

Earlier this year, we reported about a nefarious malware that had been discovered by Kaspersky Labs. The malware, called Flame, was deemed the most complex malware that has been seen to date. Researchers have since been looking into its details and have been able to find the nicknames of the coders who were behind the malware.
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Mental Biometrics May Greatly Enhance Digital Security

Digital security is becoming an increasingly greater problem with billions of users hooked to the internet now. Every other day, we hear of some serious sort of security loophole which ends up compromising the data of individuals and organizations. This now, for instance, it was a writer for Wires, Mat Honan, who was a victim of a cyber attack from…
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Flame Not Only Steal Files, It Can Delete Them Too

Flame has recently been discovered as the most notorious malware that we have known so far. Security firms around the world are warning organizations against the capabilities of flame, which is quite probably a government-sponsored malware. Now, Symantec has chipped in with its bit of analysis of this malware.
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Super-Secure Cryptography Cracked By Fujitsu Researchers

Digital security is a tricky business. Different governments and organizations keep upping the security of their system and installing newer methods to thwart hackers. But the hackers are able to come up with a crack in the security, one way or the other, and then exploit them. Now, a cryptography method which was considered ultra-secure until now…
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