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The Internet threat alert status is currently normal. At present, no major epidemics or other serious incidents have been recorded by Kaspersky Lab’s monitoring service. Internet threat level: 1
What we detect

Who creates malware and why?

Have you ever wondered who creates malware? Or why they do it? Find out more about the people behind the threat - the script kiddies, virus writers, and cybercriminals – and what motivates them.

Classification

Trojans, viruses, worms, dialers – the programs we detect have lots of different names. Find out how Kaspersky Lab and other antivirus companies classify the many different types of programs which can harm your computer or your data.

History of Malicious Programs

Do you know the name of the first computer virus? Or perhaps you want to find out when the first email worm was created. This section covers the evolution of malicious programs from their initial appearance to the present day.

What if my computer is infected?

With the number of threats rising every day, you may find that your computer has been infected. Find out more about the symptoms of infection, and what steps you should take to clean your computer.

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IT threat evolution Q1 2014

Apr 17 2014

IT threat evolution Q1 2014

According to KSN data, Kaspersky Lab products blocked a total of 1131000866 malicious attacks on computers and mobile devices in the first quarter of 2014.

Financial cyber threats in 2013. Part 2: malware

Apr 09 2014

Financial cyber threats in 2013. Part 2: malware

Programs designed to steal e-money and financial data are among the most complicated types of malicious software out there today.

Financial cyber threats in 2013. Part 1: phishing

Apr 02 2014

Financial cyber threats in 2013. Part 1: phishing

It has been quite a few years since cybercriminals started actively stealing money from user accounts at online stores, e-payment systems and online banking systems.

BitGuard: a system of forced searches

Mar 21 2014

BitGuard: a system of forced searches

In the past year, many users have been forced to deal with an extremely aggressive multi-component system BitGuard which is difficult to completely remove without professional assistance, although technically it comes with uninstallers.

Mobile Malware Evolution: 2013

Feb 24 2014

Mobile Malware Evolution: 2013

The mobile malware sector is growing rapidly both technologically and structurally. It is safe to say that today’s cybercriminal is no longer a lone hacker but part of a serious business operation.

Absolute Computrace Revisited

Feb 12 2014

Absolute Computrace Revisited

The curent report is a return to the problem of security mechanisms implemented in modern anti-theft technologies that reside in firmware and PC BIOS of commonly used laptops and some of desktops.