Whistle-blower claims Kaspersky is run by Russian former secret agents

Tom Wright
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Whistle-blower claims Kaspersky is run by Russian former secret agents

Former senior Kaspersky employee repotedly refers to the vendor's product as 'a kitchen knife that can slice bread or stab people'

A former Kaspersky senior manager has claimed that the vendor is controlled by former Russian spies and can access clients' information at will, according to a report by Buzzfeed and Russia-focused...

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