And an MM500 mouse pad thrown in for good measure. What's not to like?
An update on the Dark Core, can it pass muster at £100 when equipped with Slipstream technology and greater focus on RGB? We find out.
Rick returns to the best stealth game in existence.
Finds two more companies targeted.
Malicious updates hit thousands.
Still claims its software is trustworthy.
Admits to uploading files, but immediately deleted them.
'Caught in a geopolitical fight'.
Available to Insiders now.
Not likely to hit desktops any time soon.
Files complaints with national bodies.
Former staff less than truthful, he says.
Free decryption for some victims.
NSA fingerprints on the Equation Group.
Five Eyes the obvious origin.
Kaspersky has been granted a US patent on its latest creation - a hardware-based anti-virus system designed to sit between the motherboard and the storage device.
An update to Kaspersky's anti-virus software left many users unable to browse the most innocuous of websites after the company mistakenly added Google's Adsense to its detection.
Kaspersky - anti-virus and security software vendor - has had its website attacked by crackers, who have made off with a full copy of the company's database.
Ransomware is a relatively new malware that is becoming an increasingly bigger threat. It is also getting much harder to crack.
April 7 2020 | 14:00
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