The adware plants itself in the system partition, making it hard to delete
The campaign has been linked to Vietnam-state-backed threat group APT32
The group, linked to South Korea, used bugs in Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and the Windows Kernel to target North Koreans
The attempt, however, was unsuccessful
Unsigned firmware in peripherals could allow attackers to target HP, Lenovo and Dell computers, researchers warn
Enterprises must assess the 'firmware posture' of new devices during procurement
SandCat developed malware on PCs running antivirus software - which transmitted binaries of dodgy files back to Kaspersky researchers
The hacking group has developed new forms of malware to avoid detection from software programs such as VPNs.
Yandex hack occurred between October and November 2018 when Regin malware associated with the NSA was found
Researchers called the trend a "troubling sign"
Kaspersky claims credit for finding critical Windows security flaw being actively exploited in the wild
While patched last week, Kaspersky claims attackers are exploiting the flaw in a string of new attacks to take full control of targets' PCs
Hackers digitally signed the malicious file with ASUS' own code-signing certificate
Users urged to update Windows ASAP to fix security flaws actively being exploited in the wild
Remote-access features of electric car chargers can be exploited by attackers to damage the vehicles, claims Kaspersky
Ex-NSA staffer jailed for taking malware work home - where it was detected by his Kaspersky anti-virus software
Five-and-a-half years for Nghia Hoang Pho for taking top-secret NSA malware home
Attack on cryptocurrency exchange platform in Asia by North Korea's Lazarus Group used new Mac malware
Spyware linked to Israeli cyber arms dealer NSO Group used in Amnesty International attacks, claims charity
US intelligence agents privately putting the squeeze on Huawei and ZTE, claims Senator Marco Rubio
Your wearable is always watching you, warns Kaspersky, and its data compromised to reveal your identity
Accelerometer and gyroscope signals can reveal a lot more about users than they think, suggests Kaspersky research
Is your fitness tracker tracking you? Kaspersky security warning over smart watch and wearables' 'behavioural profiling'
Wearables' accelerometer and gyroscope signals can be used to identify individual users, claims Kaspersky
Doesn't have leg to stand on, suggests Judge, as she tosses out two Kaspersky lawsuits
Kaspersky to shift processing of European, US and other customers' data to Switzerland as part of 'transparency process'
Twitter claims Kaspersky's business model 'inherently conflicts with acceptable Twitter Ads business practice'
Compromise of MikroTik routers attributed to US Joint Special Operations Command
Russian security firm wants to prove its innocence