Kaspersky Lab has obtained all decryption keys for CoinVault and Bitcryptor ransomware. The company now offers a free tool that will allow those affected to decrypt their own data at no cost.
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If you have been a victim of "CoinVault" ransomware, Kaspersky Labs has a new tool that could help you recover your encrypted files. The tool is available as a free download.
The security firm Kaspersky Lab discovered a number of fake apps in Microsoft's Windows Phone Store uploaded by the same publisher, including another version of the now infamous "Virus Shield".
Kaspersky Labs has taken the wraps off one of their 'secret projects,' a super-secure operating system designed to shrug off any attack. The only catch? It's for critical infrastructure only.
A newly discovered malware, called Flame, has been in operation since 2010 and has apparently targets data centers in Middle Eastern countries. The malware could be state-sponsored.