Kaspersky official blog
Fri, 13 Sep 2019 11:37:29 +0000
- Internet in space: Is there Net on Mars?
Is there Internet on the ISS, what is it like, and how long does it take to get a message from Mars — learn about the networks of today and the future.
- Kaspersky Incident Communications
In case of a cybersecurity incident, whom should you communicate with inside the company? Which channels should you use — and which ones should you avoid? And how should you react?
- Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 109
Jeff and Dave discuss headaches caused by Tesla’s app going down, YouTube violating child privacy laws, and more.
- All apps on Google Play are safe: Fact or fiction?
There’s no malware in the official Android store, right? We get to the bottom of this claim.
- Supply chain as SMB threat
Small businesses may not be the main target of cybercriminals, but it does not mean an SMB will not fall victim to a supply-chain attack. How not to become collateral damage.
- Keeping e-sports clean
Cheats for multiplayer games are tantamount to malware, and their use in competitions to cybercrime.
- How browser plugins can leak corporate secrets
Chrome and Firefox extensions can collect your browsing history. Learn why this is dangerous and how to protect yourself.
- Charity on the Internet: How to identify scammers
Scammers prey on people’s kindness. We tell you how to distinguish them from those who are truly in need.
- Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 108
Jeff and Dave discuss Firefox’s security enhancements, a German bank that lost 1.5 million to cloned EMV cards, ransomware hitting dentists, and more.
- A malicious website can infect my iPhone. Fact or fiction?
Some say you can get malware on your iPhone simply by visiting a dangerous Web page. We examine the rumor to get at the truth.