Kaspersky Lab accused of having knowingly assisted Russian spies

October 12, 2017
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Reports a few days ago said that Russia used Kaspersky antivirus software to spy on various targets including US government officials and spies. The reports went on to say that the Russian antivirus tool was used to extract sensitive top-secret information from an NSA contractor who worked on sensitive materials using his home computer that had Kaspersky installed.

Now, a new damning report says that the functionality discovered in the software could not have been put there without the company’s knowledge.

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