Security vendor Kaspersky Lab has reacted to reports that Australian retailer Harvey Norman will no longer be selling its products by saying it respects the decision of any business to sell and market products as it sees fit.
Things are about to get worse for Kaspersky Lab in the US with the US Senate set to consider banning the use of its software in all federal agencies, using a provision in the National Defence Authorisation Act.
Watch out, AVG, Avast, Microsoft and anyone else with free AV, Kaspersky has launched Kaspersky Free Anti-Virus, but its paid suites still offer many features definitely worth paying for.
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