Security firm Kaspersky has offered free six-month licences of some of its products to medical institutions so that they can guard against cyber threats which have multiplied during the ongoing coronavirus crisis, with malicious elements seeking to cash in.
A company that creates and sells software known as MonitorMinor has denied that the product falls into the category of stalkerware — which is used to track people — and only meant for use by parents who want to keep their children safe.
Researchers from security firm Kaspersky have found more than 30 fraudulent websites claiming to offer free downloads of the last Star Wars film, which opened on 19 December, but actually harvesting users' credit card data while they register for the expected free download of the film.
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