Kaspersky claims that it's 'a pawn in a geopolitical game' after US government de-listing

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Kaspersky Lab founder Eugene Kaspersky defends company from US accusations
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Kaspersky Lab founder Eugene Kaspersky defends company from US accusations

'Kaspersky has no ties to any government, and has never helped any government with cyber-espionage,' argues company

Russian security software company Kasperksy Lab has defended itself following its de-listing by the US government from two lists of approved vendors that government agencies can buy from. The de...

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