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This increased demand and led to deals with antivirus companies in Japan, Finland and Germany to integrate AVP into their software. A few months later, the decision was made to keep the firm private and Kaspersky re-purchased the shares from General Atlantic. The BSA had supported the controversial anti-piracy bill, but Kaspersky Lab did not support it stating, "we believe that such measures will be used contrary to the modern advances in technology and the needs of consumers," and to show their disapproval, announced their intent to leave on December 5, The company denied the allegations.

Kaspersky Anti-Virus and Kaspersky Internet Security Home screen of Kaspersky Internet Security Kaspersky Lab develops and markets antivirus, internet security, password management, endpoint security, and other cybersecurity products and services. The Internet Security software adds privacy features, parental controls, anti-phishing tools.

It includes a centralized user interface and management application called the Kaspersky Security Center. The cybersecurity software itself is called the Kaspersky Security Network. The business suite also has quarantine, reporting, and other features. Kaspersky also develops a free tool that helps businesses gain access to Windows devices that are infected by ransomware.

Altogether, more than companies are licensing technology from Kaspersky Lab. Kaspersky Lab also has a number of partnerships with various technology companies. PC Magazine said the product had scored highly in lab tests for antivirus, antiphishing and other features. The reviewer said it was "well-rounded, very affordable parental control and monitoring. Kaspersky is especially well-known for its work uncovering Stuxnet and Flame.

Stuxnet In Kaspersky Lab worked with Microsoft to counter-act the Stuxnet worm, which had infected 14 industrial locations in Iran using four zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows. It was the first discovery of a major government-sponsored cyber-attack. Flame malware In May , Kaspersky Lab identified the malware Flame , which a researcher described as potentially "the most sophisticated cyber weapon yet unleashed.

After discovering more pieces, researchers dubbed the program "Flame" after the name of one of its modules. Kaspersky never verified the source of the software, but it is suspected to have been developed by the National Security Agency NSA to transmit keystrokes, Skype calls and other data.

Red October malware In January , Kaspersky discovered the Red October malware, which had been used for widespread cyber-espionage for five years. It targeted political targets like embassies, nuclear sites, mostly in Europe, Switzerland and North America.

The malware was likely written by Russian-speaking hackers and the exploits by Chinese hackers. Kaspersky did not identify who was behind it, but it was similar to other cyber-espionage coming from Beijing, China.

Kaspersky said the hacker group, possibly from China, was unique in that they targeted specific files they seemed to know about before planting malware to extract them. Many organizations that were affected were in Morocco.

Some of the files were in Spanish and the group is believed to be a nation-state conducting espionage, but Kaspersky did not speculate on which country may have developed it.

Regin malware In November , Symantec and Kaspersky authored papers that contained the first disclosure of malicious software named Regin. It asked users to update their software, then downloaded malware that gave up their passwords.

The group incorporated sophisticated spying software into the firmware of hard drives at banks, government agencies, nuclear researchers and military facilities, in countries that are frequent targets of US intelligence efforts. Carbanak was discovered when one bank asked Kaspersky to investigate suspicious behavior from its ATMs. Duqu In June , Kaspersky reported that its own network had been infiltrated by government-sponsored malware.

Evidence suggested the malware was created by the same developers as Duqu and Stuxnet , in order to get intelligence that would help them better avoid detection by Kaspersky in the future. Kaspersky called it Duqu 2. The hack was believed to have been done by the same group that did Duqu in It used exploits in Microsoft installer files. Hacking Team In June , Kaspersky Lab and Citizen Lab both independently discovered software developed by Hacking Team and used by 60 governments around the world to covertly record data from the mobile phones of their citizens.

The software gave police enforcement a "menu of features" to access emails, text messages, keystrokes, call history and other data. Asacub targeted mostly banking customers in the U. It then used YARA rules on its network of Kaspersky software users to find that string of code and uncover the rest of the exploit.

Afterwards, Microsoft issued a "critical" software patch to protect its software from the vulnerability. Once hired, Poseidon would install additional malware and backdoors.

Anti-Russian sentiment had also grown in the country in the wake of an investigation of Russian interference in the presidential election. Kaspersky denied these reports, stating that it did not have "inappropriate ties" with any government, and "never received a request from the Russian government or any affiliated organization to create or participate in any secret projects, including one for anti-DDoS protection.

According to the report, the incident occurred in and remained undiscovered until early The stolen material reportedly included "details about how the NSA penetrates foreign computer networks, the computer code it uses for such spying and how it defends networks inside the U. The user had enabled the Kaspersky Security Network KSN features of the software, so the files were automatically uploaded as a malware sample to KSN for analysis, under the assumption that it was a new malware variant.

Eugene Kaspersky stated that he ordered that the sample be destroyed. When the software was re-enabled, it detected both the Equation Group code, as well as unrelated backdoor infections created by a keygen program for Office, which may have facilitated third-party access to the computer.

Kaspersky software and antivirus definitions for international markets will be compiled and digitally signed in Switzerland by the end of products targeting Russia will still be compiled on existing domestic infrastructure , and user data for most international markets will be stored and processed on Swiss servers by the end of Kaspersky stated that this move was "first and foremost in response to the evolving, ultra-connected global landscape and the challenges the cyber-world is currently facing", and was a further step in its goal to be more accountable and trustworthy in its business practices.

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