ANALYSIS Ex-NSA employees are the most likely sources for a yarn that ran in the American website Politico last week, claiming that researchers from Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab had tipped off the NSA that one of its employees, Harold Martin, could be worth investigating, after he allegedly sent Twitter messages to them.
Over the last two years, at least eight Eastern European banks have been compromised by attackers who quietly entered their premises and attached hardware devices to the local network, a somewhat novel method of attack, Kaspersky Lab says.
Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has had its appeal against a US public sector software ban thrown out by the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit Court.
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