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Symantec wasn't the only company following Regin. Kaspersky and F-Secure have something to say about who was hit. Regin also spies on GSM cellular networks.
Responding to reports that their products have been banned by the Chinese government, the security vendors say the restrictions do not apply to local governments and large enterprises in the country.
According to reports, Chinese officials no longer approve the use of the two anti-virus software vendors.
The security company has recently closed a funding round which it will use to add to its workforce - with new recruits potentially facing a very interesting job interview
The 11th annual AusCERT information security conference kicked off this morning, with the theme "Security on the move".
Major security vendors Symantec, Sophos and Kaspersky yesterday said their products would block legalised hacking attempts by NSW Police under new legislation as they would any other security threat to users.
Kaspersky and Sophos say that for security reasons they would block any software used in police attempts to break into customers' systems without a warrant
What's easier to manage — 200 Mac OS X systems without antivirus or 200 Windows systems running a leading antivirus package?
Russian IT security vendor Kaspersky Lab today unveiled plans to establish an Australian presence, including local securityresearchers, to better support customers and partners in the region.
The International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber-Terrorism, or Impact, will provide an 'early-warning system' for governments facing cyberattack, says its founders
The week ahead: Europe's largest technology show kicks off, plus Tuesday sees the start of Sun's annual tech conference
Windows Live OneCare misses out on certification in the latest security report
The arms race between virus writers and antivirus vendors has moved on once more; it's time for you to do the same
The first real mobile phone virus, which was found in the wild and could replicate on its own, was discovered almost two years ago.On June 15 2004, Finnish anti-virus firm F-Secure and Russian rival Kaspersky released details about a piece of mobile phone malware that used Bluetooth to try and spread to other Symbian series60-based mobile phones.