A major ransomware attack is hitting computers in Russia and Ukraine, bearing similarities to the methods used in the NotPetya outbreak that caused billions of dollars of damage in June.
Sometime in 2014, a group of analysts walked into the office of Eugene Kaspersky, the ebullient founder of Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab, to deliver some sobering news.
Under fire, cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has launched what it calls a "global transparency initiative" in an attempt to win back trust and prove it is safe to use after allegations of Russian spying.
The Senate Judiciary Committee's ranking Democrat has discussed legislation targeting sites on the "dark web," the non-indexed portion of the internet that infamously houses illegal activities.
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