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Kaspersky Lab, Threats Analysis ans Statistics, Malware Descriptions
Kaspersky Lab, Threats Analysis ans Statistics, Malware Descriptions

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The #NaikonAPT group has for 5 years mined victim machines, belonging predominantly to top-level government agencies and civil and military organizations located in and around the South China Sea, in search of geo-political intelligence.

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Microsoft yesterday added four cryptographic cipher suites to its default priority ordering list in Windows, a move that brings Perfect Forward Secrecy to the operating system.

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Microsoft released a set of thirteen Security Bulletins (MS015-043 through MS015-055) to start off May 2015, addressing 46 vulnerabilities in a wide set of Microsoft software technologies

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The Australian Signals Directorate Top35 list of mitigation strategies shows us that at least 85% of intrusions could have been mitigated by following the top four mitigation strategies together.

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According to Kaspersky #Security Network data, Kaspersky Lab​ products detected and neutralized a total of 2,205,858,791 malicious attacks on computers and mobile devices in the first quarter of 2015. #KLreport

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While many of the Naikon #APT's attacks were successful, at least one of the targets didn't seem to like being hit, and instead of opening the documents, decided on a very different course of action:

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Microsoft releases 11 Security Bulletins (MS15-032 through MS15-042) today, addressing a list of over 25 CVE-identified vulnerabilities for April of 2015. Critical vulnerabilities are fixed in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, and the network and graphics stacks.

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Schemers are exploiting tax day with phishing emails containing ransomware-laden attachments purporting to come from the Internal Revenue Service:

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Researchers from Kaspersky Lab along with help from Dutch police have created a tool capable of unlocking files encrypted by the ‪ ‎CoinVault‬‪ ‎ransomware‬:

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Simda is a mysterious botnet used for cybercriminal purposes, such as the dissemination of potentially unwanted and malicious software. This bot is mysterious because it rarely appears on our Kaspersky Security Network radars despite compromising a large number of hosts every day.
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