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  1. Kaspersky is one of the leading antivirus companies with a very good background in antivirus solutions.Kaspersky offers its customers state of the art antivirus solutions and security products to keep their systems safe from all kinds of digital threats. Kaspersky is one of the leading antivirus companies with a very good background in antivirus solutions.Kaspersky offers its customers state of the art antivirus solutions and security products to keep their systems safe from all kinds of digital threats. Unfortunately, when you try to uninstall these products via the built-in uninstaller in Windows, various errors may occur. The applications might not be uninstalled completely and remnants of the programs may still be found on your system. Kaspersky Anti-Virus Remover is a small utility that enables you to easily uninstall various Kaspersky products from your computer. The application can remove the following programs from your PC: Kaspersky Small Office Security 2 for Personal Computer / for File Server, Kaspersky PURE / PURE R2, Kaspersky Anti-Virus (all versions), Kaspersky Internet Security (all versions), Kaspersky Password Manager (all versions), AVP Tool driver and Kaspersky Lab Network Agent 8. By default, the application automatically detects Kaspersky programs and offers to uninstall them. However, if the product was not detected, you can manually select it from the given list. When you are not sure about which Kaspersky product is installed on your machine the “Remove all known products” option can come in handy. Selecting it automatically removes all traces of all the supported applications from your system without the need of pointing it to any of them. After you have chosen the desired product you have to enter a security code in order to start the removal process. If you want to safely uninstall your Kaspersky products and remove all traces from your hard drive, Kaspersky Anti-Virus Remover will do the trick. The removal utility can be used to remove the following products: Home: https://www.kaspersky.com/ Download Page: https://support.kaspersky.com/common/uninstall/1464 Download EXE: http://media.kaspersky.com/utilities/ConsumerUtilities/kavremvr.exe
  2. Ok, so I'm just socked how some creeps are spreading false information or so called HATRED about two of my/our tools on this and some other forum. So I thought to clear it out. Kaspersky Tweak Assistant IDM Tweak Assistant The hatred/fake statement is as follows: LET'S HAVE SOME CLEAN CLARIFICATION: These tools doesn't load any kind of file anywhere, so stop believing in those FAKE INFORMATION about bitcoin, crypto miner. You can also check yourself. These tools only modify local files* (in case of Kaspersky only to reset the trial) and changes the registry to perform activation/reset for both Kaspersky & IDM Tweak Assistant tool. I prevented these tools with high encryption from running on systems where decoder/reverse engineering tools are used, such tools are specially used on Virtual Machines where people test tools or performs some specific operations. To help the tools from being reversed I disabled Virtual Machine support for them. Now, some people might hate that it doesn't run on Virtual Machine. It's fine, if you dislike it for that or any other reason then please don't use them. But at least don't spread completely irrelevant FAKE/False Information about these tools. It only sounds hatred from some narrow mined poor creeps. I've seen some people reporting such on this Nsaneforms as well. So wanted to post here too for same clarification. Thanks . . .
  3. Kaspersky Rescue Disk 2018 is a free bootable disk for detecting and eliminating threats that interfere with the work of the operating system. If you own Kaspersky Antivirus or Kaspersky Internet Security, the Rescue Disk can be recorded directly via these products. If not, the ISO can be burned on a CD/DVD using your disc burner or choice. It can also be placed on a bootable USB device and launched from there. Here’s how it works: set your system to boot from the CD / DVD/ USB device, insert the disc or the stick and restart the system. After a quick loading process, you are acquainted with the interface of Kaspersky Rescue Disc 18. You simply select the objects Kaspersky should process (disk boot sectors, hidden startup objects, or local hard drives), and hit the scan button. The Rescue Disk then delivers a report of all malicious objects found in your system, such as viruses and Trojans, but also adware and other similar software. Infected files can be quarantined, disinfected, or removed. The Settings menu allows you to configure the current security level, file types, scan optimization (i.e. skip files scanned longer than a given number of seconds), archive scanning, installation packages, and others. Updates are done on a regular basis, and notifications can be set for malware detection or modifications, obsolete databases, failed tasks, or others. In conclusion, Kaspersky Rescue Disk 18 is a great way to remove threats that can’t be cleaned by standard antivirus solution. It requires quite the amount of effort (burning the CD / DVD), but it succeeds where other security solutions fail. Home: https://support.kaspersky.com/krd18 Download: https://rescuedisk.s.kaspersky-labs.com/updatable/2018/krd.iso
  4. Kaspersky Rescue Disk 2018 is a free bootable disk for detecting and eliminating threats that interfere with the work of the operating system. If you own Kaspersky Antivirus or Kaspersky Internet Security, the Rescue Disk can be recorded directly via these products. If not, the ISO can be burned on a CD/DVD using your disc burner or choice. It can also be placed on a bootable USB device and launched from there. Here’s how it works: set your system to boot from the CD / DVD/ USB device, insert the disc or the stick and restart the system. After a quick loading process, you are acquainted with the interface of Kaspersky Rescue Disc 18. You simply select the objects Kaspersky should process (disk boot sectors, hidden startup objects, or local hard drives), and hit the scan button. The Rescue Disk then delivers a report of all malicious objects found in your system, such as viruses and Trojans, but also adware and other similar software. Infected files can be quarantined, disinfected, or removed. The Settings menu allows you to configure the current security level, file types, scan optimization (i.e. skip files scanned longer than a given number of seconds), archive scanning, installation packages, and others. Updates are done on a regular basis, and notifications can be set for malware detection or modifications, obsolete databases, failed tasks, or others. In conclusion, Kaspersky Rescue Disk 18 is a great way to remove threats that can’t be cleaned by standard antivirus solution. It requires quite the amount of effort (burning the CD / DVD), but it succeeds where other security solutions fail. Home: https://support.kaspersky.com/krd18 Download: https://rescuedisk.s.kaspersky-labs.com/updatable/2018/krd.iso
  5. hello im amazed that except me no one in the world have this problem... because i googled alotttt and still dint find a single thread related to it so my problem is i used to use keyfiles on KIS 13 but it got blacklisted so i tried to install new key but when i disabled internet added fake key it lead me to browse keyfile page, when i tried to CLICK BROWSE it DOESNT OPEN ANYTHING.... i tired multiple times, even tried after enabling the internet using different keys to get to keyfile part none worked! i removed KIS 13 because i cant use it any more, used kaspersky remover tool to remove any left over files.. installed KIS pure 3 enabled trial and updated.. now i tired to do the same with K-pure it also doesnt allow me to browse for key files.. i have 30 days trial so im ok for now but i need to get this fixed. so any one, pls help me fix this issue.. regedit, tweak or anyother thing that can fix it would be great Thanks
  6. Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 Service Pack 2 for Windows Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 Support >>> hOMEPAGE: http://aes.kaspersky-labs.com/english/endpoints/kes10windows/ Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 SP2 English Download Link: AES256 encryption (English) http://aes.kaspersky-labs.com/english/endpoints/kes10windows/kes10winsp2_en_aes256.exe ES56 encryption (English) http://aes.kaspersky-labs.com/english/endpoints/kes10windows/kes10winsp2_en_aes56.exe Other Languages Download Links: Other Languages Download Links: http://aes.kaspersky-labs.com/ Release Notes: Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 Service Pack 2 for Windows Version 10.3.0.6294 03/28/2017 How to activate using key files: 1. Click License Tab on the left corner 2. Click red cross delete the existing trial or block keys. 3. Hit Activate the application under a new license 4. Click activate with a key file and browse the key file Next to activate How to renew activation code for Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows Activate Via Key File: https://support.kaspersky.com/us/13085#block1 MEDICINE: .lic file download Links see the topic reply there --> How to Activate Via Key File
  7. They say that a picture is worth a million words right? So I'll let the picture do the talking. Just so you know that this is NOT a false positive. It's a fake keygen I downloaded. So you might ask, well am I not infected? NO. I was even able to run the file and verify that it was a fake thanks to COMODO Sandbox and Virtual Desktop. Kaspersky and Norton both FAILED. Interesting enough is that the built in Microsoft Windows Defender products both failed as well. If you have Bitdefender, well you're safe, but do note that it's bogging down your system. Read up about the Comodo Internet Security, Comodo Dragon and Comodo IceDragon and Comodo Secure DNS. ========================================================================================================= So someone recently sites the results of these "independent" tests. Nothing but a matter of who pays the most for false advertising. The real tests are the ones the average user does.
  8. [Promo] Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 upgrade 2014 - Free 90 days Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 - 90 days license key Visit promo link here
  9. TDSSKillerPortable_x .x_English_o nline.paf.exe PortableApps.comFormatMakes application portableMakes application stealthDependencies: Administrative PrivilegesUNC: YesCompatible: WinAllCRC: 70AD6C73Size: 253 KB (259,642 bytes)Note: when an update is released, simply re-run installer to update. Why post an app. that's already posted by PortableApps.com? Because their version is faulty, leaves trash behind in the registry & file system.
  10. Russian security firm Kaspersky just launched a new version of Kaspersky Security Cloud Free, a free cloud-based security solution for Windows devices. One question that may come up is how Security Cloud Free differs from Kaspersky's Free Antivirus solution the company revealed in 2016 and rolled out to a worldwide audience in 2017. The product's name reveals the core difference between the two free security products. Kaspersky Security Cloud Free, also known as Adaptive Security, gives you remote control and management options that Kaspersky Free Antivirus does not support. Kaspersky notes that Security Cloud gets all new tools and features first before any other product. Kaspersky Security Cloud Free requires a (free) Kaspersky account to use the program whereas Free Antivirus has no such requirement. Kaspersky Security Cloud Free review You are asked to sign in to a Kaspersky account or create a new one on start of the program. In fact, you cannot do anything until you sign in to the account. The program displays a series of screens on first sign in that highlights the program's core functionality and some of the features reserved to the paid versions. The interface holds no surprises. You can run a scan directly from the startpage or check the recommendations the program has for you. Kaspersky recommended to configure backup and restore which is a feature of the software program, and to install the company's password manager application and Internet Explorer extension. The backup functionality is basic but sufficient for creating backups of important files on the system. Kaspersky displays options to back up four different file types or locations, and an option to select custom locations for backup. The four available types are: All files in My Documents and on the Desktop. All pictures and photos. All movies and videos. All music files. You can select one of the options only at a time which is a usability issue. The best option that you have is to use the custom folder selector as it supports adding multiple locations to a single backup job. Data can be backed up to a location on the device or online storage space that Kaspersky provides (for a price). Antivirus protection works as you'd expect it to. Kaspersky Security Cloud Free runs automatic scans regularly to find threats and eliminate them. You can run full, quick, and custom scans manually at any time, and schedule scans so that they run based on your preferences. The Password Manager and Secure Connection links work but both features are limited. Kaspersky displays links to two features in the main interface that are not available in the free version. Prompts to upgrade to a paid version are displayed when you select Privacy Protection or Safe Money. The My Tools link opens a new page with a large assortment of tools and information. Some of the tools are reserved for paying customers though. Weak Settings Control -- Scans the computer for weak settings such as "file extensions are not displayed for known file types" so that they can be adjusted to improve security. My Kaspersky -- Option to open the web interface and to disconnect the installation. Cloud Protection -- Checks the connection status and displays stats. Quarantine -- Manage quarantined items. Kaspersky Rescue Disk -- create a rescue disk so that you can boot into a rescue environment when Windows does not boot anymore. My Network -- Paid options to list connected devices in the network and includes network monitoring. Manage Applications -- Paid options to check for software updates, control applications and to enable trusted applications mode to allow only trusted programs to run. Data Protection -- The file shredder to delete files securely and the on-screen keyboard are available in the free version. Paid versions get scheduled backups, data encryption, and a health monitor for hard drives as well. Clean and optimize -- Includes various tools to remove temporary data and improve privacy. PC Cleaner tool reserved for paying customers. Security Cloud Free supports additional features that you find highlighted in the program settings under protection. The app includes network attack blocker, system watcher, instant messenger anti-virus, and mail anti-virus protection. Not mentioned are the new Exploit Prevention feature and ransomware protection. The program works out of the box for the most part. While you can make some modifications, e.g. turn off select protective components, most users probably keep everything as is. The differences Kaspersky Security Cloud Free has limited functionality when compared to the Personal and Family versions. It features antivirus protection and the secure connection feature. The built-in password manager is limited to 15 passwords which makes it unusable for most users. Secure Connection is a VPN service that users of the software may connect to. The free version is good for 200 Megabytes of data per day and lacks paid options such as the selection of regions to connect. Kaspersky may suggest to connect to the VPN automatically based on the device's connections status. If the device is connected to an Open WiFi network, Kaspersky may suggest to establish a VPN connection using Secure Connection to protect data and improve privacy. Features such as privacy protection, a built-in firewall, family sharing, kids protection, or safe money are reserved for paying customers. Web Management One of the core differences to Free Antivirus is the new web management functionality that Kaspersky baked into Security Cloud Free. You can sign in to your account and manage all devices connected to it. Management includes interesting options such as running full or quick scans, running database updates, or managing components. You get status information, e.g. the product is up to date or "no threats detected", on top of that. Options to link more devices to an account are provided and the web management interface's use increases with every device you add to it as it provides you with better manageability options. Criticism and issues Kaspersky Security Cloud Free requires registration and enables remote management of connected devices automatically. Users who dislike the functionality may select Free Antivirus instead which comes without it. It is understandable that Kaspersky wants to earn money from its products but the main interface needs information about the "only in paid version" icon that is displayed on some of the options. Kaspersky highlights what the icon means on the "more tools" page but not on the main page. Kaspersky Labs has been in the news lately because of alleged ties to the Russian government and bans on Kaspersky products for government use in the United States and other regions. Closing Words and verdict Kaspersky Security Cloud Free or Kaspersky Free Antivirus? The choice depends on whether you require remote management capabilities or not. The core functionality is nearly identical and while users of Security Cloud Free may get new features before Free Antivirus users, included protective features are mostly identical. Security Cloud is available for Android and iOS as well so that these may be managed from the management interface on the Kaspersky website. Kaspersky is always doing well in tests and Security Cloud Free is no exception to that as it shares protective features with other Kaspersky products. You can check out how Kaspersky products are ranked on AV-Test or AV Comparatives. Source
  11. Hello everyone. I commented that I have a problem when activate my kaspersky Pure 3.0 on windows 8.1 64 bit with kaspersky world. As the instructions say, removes the license, disable the self-defense and close kaspersky from the taskbar, but when I open the kaspersky world (with administrator privileges) I get an error saying that self-defense is still active even when in I have actually already closed everything having to do with kaspersky, and I disabled the corresponding option. Can anyone help me? Thank you very much.
  12. Proven Transparent Independent www.kaspersky.com kaspersky The Leader In Cybersecurity Protect Your Digital Life — Kaspersky Cyber Security Solutions ADVANCED SECURITY SUITE Kaspersky Internet Security What's new Reduced time taken to update application databases. Enhanced Firewall settings. Added capability to view available networks, and expanded list of settings for network rules. Added Interface section that displays the application notification settings and the design theme and application icon settings. Added Manage Settings section where you can import, export, or restore application settings. Revised Additional section. It now contains the Hardware and On-Screen Keyboard settings. Revised General section. It now contains more settings such as Performance, Operating mode, and Self-Defense. Enhanced File Anti-Virus component. It now scans files in Microsoft Office formats that are up to 8 MB in size. ADVANCED SECURITY SUITE Kaspersky Internet Security Highlights Blocks viruses, cryptolockers, attacks & more Prevents online trackers collecting your data* Detects spyware hiding on your Android device Protects payments, with bank-grade encryption* Blocks unauthorized access to your webcam* Encrypts data you send & receive online – VPN** * PC and Mac only ** VPN service protects up to 200MB of data traffic per device, per day ADVANCED SECURITY SUITE Kaspersky Internet Security Features Anti-Hacking Network monitoring & anti-ransomware prevent criminals from hacking your network & hijacking your data. Anti-Virus Real-time antivirus protects you round the clock from exploits, trojans, screen lockers, malware & phishing attacks. Safe Money Bank & shop online using Protected Browser, which encrypts your data & prevents it from being intercepted. Privacy Protection Webcam Protection and Private Browsing stop spies from taking over your webcams or tracking your online activities. Anti-Spam Keeps you protected from harmful spam and phishing emails by scanning all incoming messages. Performance Fast and light security that keeps you safe in the background without slowing down your device. About Kaspersky Internet Security Kaspersky Internet Security provides comprehensive protection against various types of information security threats, network & phishing attacks, and spam. Various functions & protection components are available as part of Kaspersky Internet Security to deliver comprehensive protection. Kaspersky resource recommended for you Kaspersky Fan Club https://kasperskyclub.com/ Kaspersky Education https://education.kaspersky.com/ Kaspersky Privacy Checker https://privacy.kaspersky.com/ Kaspersky Internet Security | Why choose Kaspersky | Most Tested. Most Awarded. Kaspersky Protection. Kaspersky Internet Security provides optimal protection for your computer. Apart from basic security options, the application features protection for your children from online threats and secures your internet connection, web camera stream, online payments. It also allows blocking banner ads, prevents data collection and provides protection using hardware virtualization. Multiple layers of security – for PC, Mac & Android Our security doesn’t just defend your devices against the latest viruses & ransomware, it also helps to block hackers & attackers. Plus, you get extra tools – including Anti-Banner, Anti-Spam, Software Updater & PC Cleaner – that help to identify vulnerabilities and block, remove or prevent threats on your PC. Privacy & identity protection – when you work, surf & socialize We stop trackers accessing your computers – so they can’t monitor your online activities and collect data about you. You also get alerts if unauthorized apps try to access the webcam or mic on your PC or Mac – or if we detect spyware that could monitor your calls, messages & location on your Android device. And, if your Android mobile goes missing, we help you to lock, locate & reset it – so you can protect the confidential data stored on your device. Private Browsing* – guards against online threats Webcam & Mic Protection* – blocks spies Anti-Phishing – helps stop scammers Anti-spyware – helps safeguard your privacy Anti-Theft – helps protect the data stored on your mobiles *Works on PC & Mac only Kaspersky Safe Money – helps secure online transactions Every time you go online shopping & banking – on your PC or Mac – our unique Kaspersky Safe Money technology opens a Protected Browser, to help protect your credit card details, online accounts and financial transactions. Whatever browser you’re using – Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer or Safari – your saved passwords, bookmarks and preferences are retained when you launch our Protected Browser. Helps protect transactions on PC & Mac Stops hackers intercepting & reading data Works with a range of browsers Secure VPN – boosts online security Whenever you go online – on your PC, Mac or mobile – our secure VPN service automatically uses an ‘encrypted tunnel’ to help stop hackers reading the data and messages you send and receive*. It even protects you when you’re using public Wi-Fi. Plus, it helps you to hide your browsing – even from your ISP. So, it’s easier for you to connect to the Internet via a range of different countries** – to help you access a wider range of websites, movies and live sport. Military-grade encryption Network safety monitor Protection for 200MB of traffic per device, per day *You can protect 200MB of data traffic per day, per device – or 300MB per day, per device if you register the service to your My Kaspersky account. **The service automatically connects you to a server that’s fast and close to the territory you’re in. Protection of unlimited traffic and the option to select the territory of the server you connect to are available for an additional charge. Powerful, efficient and quick to install Our security works in the background – continuously scanning for threats – so you get efficient protection that won’t get in your way. And – with our intuitive, new dashboard – it’s quick and easy to access every feature. The latest version of our Windows security can be installed in just half the time taken by the previous version. Plus, it’s now 15% ‘lighter’ – so there’s less load on your PC. Combines performance & efficiency Continuously scans for threats Faster to install on PCs Easier to use About Kaspersky Kaspersky is a global cybersecurity company founded in 1997. Kaspersky’s deep threat intelligence and security expertise is constantly transforming into innovative security solutions and services to protect businesses, critical infrastructure, governments and consumers around the globe. The company’s comprehensive security portfolio includes leading endpoint protection and a number of specialized security solutions and services to fight sophisticated and evolving digital threats. Over 400 million users are protected by Kaspersky technologies and we help 270,000 corporate clients protect what matters most to them. Website | https://www.kaspersky.com/ Blog | https://kaspersky.com/blog/ Community | https://community.kaspersky.com/ Support | https://support.kaspersky.com/ Downloads | https://www.kaspersky.com/downloads Store | https://www.kaspersky.com/renewal-center Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/kaspersky Twitter | https://twitter.com/kl_support Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/company/kaspersky Youtube | https://www.youtube.com/kaspersky I would like to thank the Kaspersky Team for this special New Year giveaway Kaspersky Internet Security | 10 x Annual Licenses / 02 x Devices Each | (international keys, NFR type (not for re-sale, otherwise they will be blocked) Rules Of The Giveaway Must be a nsane member with at least 10 reputation points Comment on Kaspersky Internet Security and its features in a few or two-three sentences Like/Follow/Subscribe Kaspersky on their social networks (Optional but appreciated) Share the giveaway on social media, forums, other places (Optional but appreciated) PM me within 3 days of the winners' announcement to claim your win Giveaway Ends 15 Jan Good luck IPS Default theme used to post the giveaway. 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  13. KRT CLUB 2.1.2.69 Homepage: http://krt-club.ru Release Notes: https://pastebin.com/raw/F4ZPjVZG Instructions: 1. Make sure that 'Protection' and 'Self Defence' options of Kaspersky program are disabled. 2. Download the trial reset from the links below. 3. Run the trial reset and click on the button shown below. 4. Confirm the action by selecting Yes and restart. 5. Open Kaspersky and enable protection & Self Defence. 6. Activate trial from program. Download (Language file Added & links updated (English, French, German, Hungarian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese) Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9162909/KRT_CLUB_2.1.2.69n.zip.html Mirror: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/1XFYHQTV/KRT_CLUB_2.1.2.69n.zip_links
  14. Kaspersky files antitrust complaint against Apple in Russia After Spotify complained about Apple's unfair App Store policies to EU authorities, Kaspersky does the same in Russia. Russian cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab filed today an antitrust complaint against Apple with Russian authorities in regards to the OS maker's monopolistic grip over its official App Store. Kaspersky claims that Apple used its power over the App Store and the entire iOS app ecosystem to force its engineers into removing two features from the Kaspersky Safe Kids iOS app --namely app control and Safari browser blocking. The company argues that Apple did so to eliminate competition for the "Screen Time" feature that the OS maker added in iOS 12 in September last year. APPLE IS SABOTAGING "SCREEN TIME" COMPETITORS In a blog post published today, Kaspersky said that other app makers like AdGuard and Kidslox also lost their abilities to restrict access to apps after interventions from Apple. Furthermore, the Russian firm claims that Apple has embarked on what appears to be a concerted effort to crack down, remove, or reject any third-party screen time apps that may compete with built-in iOS features. "By setting its own rules for that channel, [Apple] extends its power in the market over other, adjacent markets: for example, the parental control software market, where it has only just become a player," Kaspersky Lab said. "It is precisely in this extension of its leverage through possession of so-called 'key capacity' over other segments, leading to restriction and elimination of competition, that we see the essential elements of antitrust law violation, which consist of erecting barriers and discriminating against our software," the antivirus maker added. "We have repeatedly tried to contact Apple to resolve this situation, but no meaningful negotiations have ensued." Kaspersky lodged its complaint with the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia (FAS), and only in Russia, but not in the European Union. The antivirus maker recognized Spotify's similar effort in the EU. Last week, the music streaming service filed a similar antitrust complaint against Apple because of its strict control over the App Store. Spotify claimed that Apple had used unfair App Store taxes to suppress the growth of Spotify and other competitors for Apple's own music service --Apple Music. Apple posted a blog post answering the Spotify complaint in the EU, but an Apple spokesperson did not return a request for comment in regards to Kaspersky's complaint today. KASPERSKY TOOK ON MICROSOFT AND WON This is not the first time that Kaspersky Lab files antitrust complaints against a Silicon Valley tech giant. The company filed an antitrust complaint against Microsoft in Russia and the EU in November 2016. The antivirus maker argued that Microsoft made it unfairly difficult for antivirus providers to compete following a major Windows 10 update. Kaspersky dropped its complaints in August 2017 after reaching a common ground with Microsoft after the Redmond-based OS maker revised its antivirus and update policies. Source
  15. Updated: The internal API has been subject to not one, but multiple failed fix attempts. Vulnerabilities in Kaspersky software have left an internal API open to abuse by webmasters and attempts to patch have, so far, failed. On Monday, software developer Wladimir Palant documented the saga, which began after he began investigating Kaspersky Web Protection features included in software such as Kaspersky Internet Security 2019. The online protection functionality includes scans of search results to weed out potentially malicious links, ad blocking, and tracking prevention. In December last year, the developer found a set of vulnerabilities and security issues in the Web Protection feature, which can be enabled by any website. Web Protection needs to be able to communicate with the main Kaspersky application and a "secret" signature value, which in theory is not known to web domains, is enabled to ensure secure communication. However, a security flaw permitted websites to elicit this key "fairly easily," according to Palant, and "allow them to establish a connection to the Kaspersky application and send commands just like Web Protection would do." Chrome and Firefox extensions use native messaging to retrieve the signature, whereas Internet Explorer reads script injections. Without a browser extension, Kaspersky will inject its scripts directly into web pages, and this is where the first vulnerability of note, CVE-2019-15685, appeared through the abuse of URL Advisor and frames in order to extract the signature. "Websites could use this vulnerability, for example, to silently disable adblocking and tracking protection functionality," the developer says. "They could also do quite a few things where the impact wasn't quite as obvious." After the flaw was reported, Kaspersky developed a fix in July 2019 by blocking access to some functionality to websites in 2020 products. However, other commands could still be accepted, such as whitelisting websites on adblockers (CVE-2019-15686). A new issue also emerged due to the failed patch; websites were able to access user system data, including unique identifiers of the Kaspersky installation on a PC (CVE-2019-15687). "When I tried the new Kaspersky Internet Security 2020, extracting the secret from injected scripts was still trivial and the main challenge was adapting my proof-of-concept code to changes in the API calling convention," Palant says. "Frankly, I cannot blame Kaspersky developers for not even trying -- I think that defending their scripts in an environment that they cannot control is a lost cause." This inadvertently-introduced data leak was not the end of the story. Palant says that the patch also introduced a new vulnerability that could be used to trigger a crash in the antivirus process, leaving systems vulnerable to compromise, tracked as CVE-2019-15686. The cybersecurity firm then attempted another fix, resolving the data leak and "mostly" fixing the crash issue; websites no longer could trigger a crash, but browser extensions or local applications possibly could. A new patch has been developed and will be made available on November 28, but given a fallback script injection approach rather than relying purely on browser extensions, the developer isn't hopeful when it comes to the true resolution of the problem. "Maybe Kaspersky is so attached to scripts injected directly into web pages because these are considered a distinguishing feature of their product, it being able to do its job even if users decline to install extensions," the developer says. "But that feature also happens to be a security hazard and doesn't appear to be reparable." "One thing won't change, however: websites can still send commands to Kaspersky applications. Is all the functionality they can trigger there harmless? I wouldn't bet on it." Update 14.14 GMT: A Kaspersky spokesperson told ZDNet: "Kaspersky has fixed security issues in the web protection component in its products and product extensions for Google Chrome. These security issues were fixed by patches 2019 I, J and 2020 E, F, which were delivered to users through the automatic update procedures. A reboot may be required to apply these updates. The company also recommends that users make sure that Kaspersky protection extensions for web browsers are installed and enabled. Detailed information about the fixed issues is available on the Kaspersky website." Source
  16. The NSA had superior insight into foreign nation-state hacking operations than many cyber-security vendors. In 2017, a mysterious group of hackers known as the Shadow Brokers published online a data dump called "Lost in Translation." The data dump -- believed to have been obtained from the US National Security Agency (NSA) -- contained a collection of exploits and hacking tools, including the now-infamous EternalBlue, the exploit that provided the steam for the WannaCry, NotPetya, and Bad Rabbit ransomware outbreaks of 2017. However, one of the nuggets in the release was a file named sigs.py, a veritable treasure trove of signals intelligence data. This file worked as a built-in malware scanner that NSA hackers were using to scan computers they infected, looking for the presence of other APTs -- advanced persistent threats, a term often used to describe nation-state hacking groups. In total, the sigs.py script included signatures to detect 44 other APTs. Many were unknown to the cyber-security industry at the time of the leak, back in 2017, showing that the NSA had a leg up on the private sector, being aware and capable of detecting and tracking the operations of many hostile APTs. But in a report last month, GReAT, Kaspersky's elite hacker hunting unit, said they've finally managed to identify one of those mysterious APTs -- namely the group tracked through the sigs.py signature #27. Image: Kaspersky Kaspersky says signature #27 can identify files that are part of "DarkUniverse," a malware framework, and a name they are now also using to track the APT and its activities. Researchers say the DarkUniverse group has been active from 2009 to 2017, appearing to go silent after the ShadowBrokers leak. "The suspension of its operations may be related to the publishing of the 'Lost in Translation' leak, or the attackers may simply have decided to switch to more modern approaches and start using more widely available artefacts for their operations," the GReAT team said today in a blog post detailing the DarkUniverse malware framework. 20 victims identified across Africa and EMEA The company says it tracked down "around 20 victims geolocated in Syria, Iran, Afghanistan, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Sudan, Russia, Belarus and the United Arab Emirates." The victims included both civilian and military organizations, such as medical institutions, atomic energy bodies, military organizations and telecommunications companies. However, Kaspersky experts believe the actual number of victims may be much greater, due to the lapse of time and lack of further visibility into the group's operations. As for the DarkUniverse malware framework, Kaspersky said they found code overlap with the ItaDuke malware/APT -- which is known to have targeted China's Uyghur and Tibetan minorities. However, it is unclear if the DarkUniverse malware is the work of Chinese hackers. More clues will be needed apart from basic code overlap, which can be easily forged and is a common occurrence. Below are the capabilities of the DarkUniverse malware framework, a typical remote access trojan, and a pretty advanced one, according to Kaspersky's assessment. Image: Kaspersky Source
  17. Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11 for Windows v11.2.0.2254 What's new: Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows 11.2.0 offers the following features and improvements: Support for operating systems: Support for Windows 10 operating system version 1909 (19H2). The settings for Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows 11.2.0 can now be saved when upgrading Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 to Windows 10. No additional configuration of the application is required after upgrading the operating system. Support for AM-PPL (Antimalware Protected Process Light) technology for the Windows Server 2019 operating system. Support was previously added for AM-PPL technology for Windows 10 version 1703 (RS2) or later operating systems. AM-PPL technology protects services of Kaspersky Endpoint Security against malicious actions. AM-PPL technology is enabled by default. You can turn off the technology by using setup.ini file. For more details about AM-PPL technology, please visit the Microsoft website. It is no longer necessary to decrypt hard drives when upgrading the Windows 10 operating system through WSUS (Windows Server Update Services) on computers that are protected by Kaspersky Disk Encryption technology. This feature is available for Windows 10 version 1607 (RS1) or later. Before upgrading earlier versions of the operating system, you need to first decrypt the data, upgrade the operating system, and then encrypt the data again. Support for Kaspersky Sandbox. Kaspersky Sandbox is a solution for detecting sophisticated threats. Kaspersky Sandbox runs suspicious objects on a virtual machine and analyzes their behavior. To start working with Kaspersky Sandbox, you need to install the Endpoint Agent component. The Endpoint Agent component is displayed separately in the list of installed applications of the operating system. For detailed information on the operation of Kaspersky Sandbox, please refer to Kaspersky Sandbox Help. Capability to use a task to delete data on users' computers. The task allows you to delete data in the following modes: immediate data deletion and delayed data deletion. In immediate data deletion mode, you can, for example, delete outdated data to free up disk space. In delayed deletion mode, you can, for example, protect data on a laptop in case of loss or theft. To do so, you can configure automatic data deletion if the laptop goes outside the boundaries of the corporate network and has not been synchronized with Kaspersky Security Center in a long time. To delete data on users' computers, you need to create and run a special task of Kaspersky Endpoint Security. Support for managing the application through the REST API. Using a third-party REST client, you can configure the settings of Kaspersky Endpoint Security, run a virus scan, update anti-virus databases, and perform other actions. To get started with the REST API, you need to enable the REST service when installing or upgrading the application. You can enable the REST service by using setup.ini file. Device Control: Notifications have been optimized for CD/DVD drives. Device Control does not display notifications if there is no disc in the CD/DVD drive or a disk image is not mounted for the virtual drive. Anti-Bridging settings are highlighted in a separate Device Control block. You can use a separate "lock" attribute to prohibit changes in the Anti-Bridging settings block in the child policies and local settings of the application. Other improvements: There is now the capability to monitor user activity on the Internet (Web Control). Kaspersky Endpoint Security logs data on user visits to all websites, including allowed websites. This enables you to obtain the complete history of browser views. To enable logging of events for visits to allowed websites in Kaspersky Endpoint Security, you need to configure Web Control. User access to application uninstallation, modification, and recovery operations (Password Protection) has been optimized. These operations are available not only to the KLAdmin user, but also to other users, including the Everyone group. Access to other application functions has also been optimized. There is now the capability to change the length of the encryption key (AES56 / AES256) through a Kaspersky Endpoint Security upgrade. However, there are limitations on changing the length of the encryption key through an application upgrade. Release date: 11 November 2019 Download: https://support.kaspersky.com/kes11#downloads or: keswin_11.2.0.2254_en_aes256.exe v11.2.0 PDF: https://help.kaspersky.com/KESWin/11.2.0/en-us/KESWin-11.2.0-en-US.pdf
  18. KAV\KIS\KTS\KFA\KS\KSOS: 21.0.37.1270 Beta Good news for everyone! A new version of the beta build is available for download and testing. You can download the version from the links below Mirror - 1 Mirror - 2 Can be activated only through Internet. Beta-license is valid for 90 days. Before installation of the new build, please uninstall the previous build (sometimes kavremover may be needed) and reboot the system Advices for novice testers Do not proceed with testing without reading the instructions; All found bugs should be posted in the related topics so it would be wise to read their headers at first. Bug reports should contain all useful info (it will be clear after reading the instruction from p.1); The most convenient way to upload big files (traces or dumps): in .zip archive on OwnCloud.; Traces as well as app and driver verifiers are enable in this build. This area of forum is not connected to Tech Support (Bugs of Beta-products are collected here) Additional Information Please don't post on the beta forum if you are not participating in the beta testing. Source: KAV\KIS\KTS\KFA\KS\KSOS: 21.0.37.1270 (Dmitriy.Pisarets)
  19. Kaspersky denies it’s responsible for Windows 10 update fails as blame game commences Update was supposed to fix Kaspersky Rescue Disk (Image credit: Kaspersky) Microsoft has pulled a critical Windows 10 update that was causing installation issues, and while the update was supposed to fix a security issue with Kaspersky's Rescue Disk software, the security company is denying that it is the cause of the update's problem. Windows 10 KB4524244 was supposed to fix a security vulnerability in the Kaspersky Rescue Disk software, which was publicly disclosed in April 2019. Although Kaspersky claimed it fixed the issue in August 2019, in February 2020 Microsoft released the Windows 10 KB4524244 update that revokes the UEFI signatures in a bid to “prevent attacks against Secure Boot using doctored previous versions of Kaspersky Rescue Disk” according to Kaspersky. In classic Microsoft fashion, however, KB4524244 has been causing more issues than it fixes, with people reporting that their PCs no longer boot after installing the update, and Kaspersky is keen to highlight that it’s not to blame. Radio silence Kaspersky isn’t completely innocent in all this. After all, it did release a security tool with a glaring security vulnerability included, which is pretty much the last thing you’d want, but to be fair it fixed the problem back in 2019. And, while the update Microsoft issued was to further protect against the issue (though a few months after the issue itself was fixed), it’s likely the problem lies with Microsoft and not Kaspersky. Considering Microsoft’s poor run of faulty Windows 10 updates, it’s easy to lay the blame at Microsoft’s feet. There’s also the concerning revelation by Kaspersky that Microsoft did not contact the company about the update and the issue it was causing. As Softpedia reports, the security company has said that “Microsoft has not reached out to Kaspersky concerning the update issue. After detailed internal analysis, our experts concluded that Kaspersky products have not been a cause of this issue.” One of the biggest criticisms of how Microsoft is handing updates these days is its lack of communication and secrecy. If there was an issue with an update that concerns a particular bit of software, you’d have hoped that Microsoft would work with the software developer to come up with a fix. Frustratingly, that doesn’t seem to have happened. As for Windows 10 KB4524244, this is now yet another update that Microsoft has had to pull due to problems. The update doesn’t look like it will be rereleased, either, with Softpedia saying that Microsoft will instead release bug fixes in a future update. Let’s hope that one isn’t riddled with problems as well. Source: Kaspersky denies it’s responsible for Windows 10 update fails as blame game commences (TechRadar)
  20. EU: No evidence of Kaspersky spying despite 'confirmed malicious' classification European Commission "not in possession of any evidence regarding potential issues related to the use of Kaspersky Lab products." Logo: Kaspersky Lab // Composition: ZDNet In a document published today, the European Commission has revealed that they don't have any actual evidence of Kaspersky software being used for spying on behalf of the Russian government, as the US government alluded in 2017. The document was the Commission's reply to a series of questionssubmitted by Gerolf Annemans, a European Parliament member on behalf of Belgium, in March this year. The questions were related to a motion the European Parliament voted in June 2018 that put forward a general strategy and guidelines for an EU-wide joint plan on cyber defense. The document advised EU states to exclude and ban programs and equipment that have been "confirmed as malicious," naming Kaspersky as the only example. 2018 EU MOTION LABELED KASPERSKY AS "CONFIRMED AS MALICIOUS" The EU voted its motion at a time when the US had just banned the use of Kaspersky softwareon government systems on the premise that Kaspersky antivirus software had been used to steal sensitive documents from government computers. The US government never backed up its claims but did the opposite by pressuring companies in the private US sector to stop using the Russian company's software. A general red scare followed in the US, with Best Buy and Office Depot pulling Kaspersky products off their shelves and Twitter banning the company from advertising on its network. The anti-Kaspersky panic spread across the pond to Europe, where the UK warned state agencies and private companies against using Kaspersky software on systems storing sensitive information, and the Dutch government deciding to phase out the use of Kaspersky products on government networks altogether. Kaspersky denied all accusations of any wrongdoing and even opened a "Transparency Center" in Switzerland where European governments could come and inspect its source code, and where the company said it would store all data on European users, without sending it to its Russian servers. BELGIAN MP ASKED FOR EVIDENCE In his March 2019 letter to the European Commission, MP Annemans wanted to know on what grounds and what evidence the EU Parliament voted to recommend the banning of Kaspersky in June 2018, and why it classified the company as "confirmed as malicious," alluding that the EU might have gotten its facts from press articles instead of intelligence briefings. Annemans cited reports authored by the German, French, and Belgium government which found no evidence of any wrongdoing on Kaspersky's side. Almost a year after the EU recommended that national governments ban Kaspersky software, the Commission has now admitted its mistake. "The Commission is not in possession of any evidence regarding potential issues related to the use of Kaspersky Lab products," a representative for the European Commission told Annemans in a reply dated April 12. The EU letter, however, does not to repair Kaspersky's market share, which suffered considerably after the US government ban and the EU Parliament vote. However, it brings a sense of justice for the company. Maybe following the publication of this formal acknowledgment that Kaspersky did nothing wrong, the Russian antivirus vendor might re-think its decision to withdraw from its once fruitful Europol partnership that led to the arrest of countless cyber-criminals, and which also spawned the NoMoreRansom project. Speaking at the Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit this month, Eugene Kaspersky, the company's founder, said the US government ban made cybercriminals happy. Source
  21. Kaspersky fingers pro-G filters for letting cyber-muck through Spammers are abusing the preferential treatment Google affords its own apps to score free passes through Gmail's spam filters, it was claimed this week. The ad giant greases the wheels so that incoming messages involving Google Calendar and other Big-G appsvslide through the filters and appear in Gmail inboxes, to ensure stuff generated and shared via its applications aren't silenced by its own webmail product. This situation, according to Kaspersky bods this week, is being exploited by scam artists to lob spam, phishing pages, and links to malicious malware-flinging websites at netizens, in some cases without triggering Gmail's defenses. "The spammer’s main task is to bypass the spam filter and deliver email to your inbox," Kaspersky analyst Maria Vergelis helpfully reminded us. "As it happens, Google services often send email notifications to Gmail inboxes — and Google’s antispam module avoids flagging notifications from its own services as spam." Because Google usually allows these kinds of notifications through, scammers have found they can schedule a load of events in Google Calendar, inviting Gmail users en masse, and, when the set time draws near, generate a wave of reminders that include spam, phishing links, and so on, at least some of which slips through Gmail's filters. For example, the scammer could send a block of Gmail users a Calendar invite with the description being a link to a fake banking site. Rather than catch and filter out the e-nasty, Gmail would let the notification through and, when the person clicked the link, they would then go to the phony bank page. If the recipient has Calendar set to automatically accept invites, they would even get a pop-up notification of the spam message. It is not only Calendar that is being gamed by scam artists. Vergelis noted that Google Photos is also a popular method for evading filters. In that case, the spam would either be placed within the image file or its description – for example the image could be a picture of a check and the description would be instructions on how to claim it, which would typically involve handing over personal information for nothing in return. Again, thanks to Google's overly slick sharing features, the recipient would get a notification in their Gmail inbox that they had a shared photo waiting for them, and the spam itself would be delivered without being troubled by a filter. Additionally, Kaspersky's team said Google Forms is being used to serve up fake surveys that harvest personal information, and Google Drive is being abused to host phishing pages, malware, and ad pages. Even Google Analytics is being turned into a tool for criminals. Vergelis said her team reported seeing businesses targeted with visitor statistics PDF files containing the spammer's links or information. In short, pretty much any Google service that integrates with Gmail can and will be abused to get as much spam into your inbox as possible, and the same goes for other services like Facebook and Twitter that allow users to send each other event notifications. "The main problem is that messages sent through a legal service are assigned its standard headers, so spam filters often view them as harmless," Vergelis explained. "And spam subjects vary widely, so interception requires a high threshold level in the spam filter, which can lead to excessive false positives. Spammers take advantage of this to exploit public services for their own purposes." In response to Kaspersky's findings, a Google spokesperson provided the Russian antivirus biz the following statement, which was shared with El Reg: "Google’s Terms of Service and product policies prohibit the spreading of malicious content on our services, and we work diligently to prevent and proactively address abuse. "Combating spam is a never-ending battle, and while we've made great progress, sometimes spam gets through. We remain deeply committed to protecting all of our users from spam: we scan content on Photos for spam and provide users the ability to report spam in Calendar, Forms, Google Drive, and Google Photos, as well as block spammers from contacting them on Hangouts. "In addition, we offer security protections for users by warning them of known malicious URLs via Google Chrome's Safe Browsing filters." Source
  22. Kaspersky: US security software ban just 'makes cybercriminals happy' Kaspersky Lab sees little prospect of the US government lifting the ban on using its security products. Moscow-based cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab believes there's little hope the US government will stop blocking the use of its antivirus software by federal agencies. "Unless the political situation changes, we don't expect any change... For the next couple of years, it is going to be more or less the same," Kaspersky Lab's head of CEO office, Anton Shingarev, said at a briefing on Wednesday in Singapore, during the company's annual conference, Security Analyst Summit. Shingarev argued that the ban is not based on facts, but rather on geography and politics. And that his company can do little to change the situation. "It's really hard to influence politics. We don't want to and we don't have the resources," Shingarev said. Kaspersky Lab's products were banned at the end of 2017, when all government agencies in the US were asked to remove the company's antivirus software from their networks. US officials argued that the company's products could be under the influence of the Kremlin, and so represent a threat to US national security. These measures were taken following concerns that Russian nation-state hackers had influenced the 2016 presidential election. "The case against Kaspersky is well documented and deeply concerning," Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen said in 2017. Kaspersky Lab's repeated attempts to overturn the ban have so far proved unsuccessful. The company's CEO, Eugene Kaspersky, argued on Wednesday that this situation "makes cybercriminals happy", at a time when international collaboration between law-enforcement agencies to bring down hacking gangs faces additional challenges. In November last year, the Moscow-based business opened a 'transparency center' in Zurich, Switzerland, inviting companies and public entities to review the source code of its products and to air any concerns. "There are partners [and] customers who asked questions: how [the product] actually works, how the data collection works, and how you design a product," Shingarev, said. Another transparency center, in Madrid, Spain, will open in the next few weeks, and a third one will launch in southeast Asia by the end of the year. Kaspersky Lab's CEO, Eugene Kaspersky, said the US ban has not been critical for his company, although sales have decreased in 2018 in North America, which is one of its most important markets. "It's not minus 100 percent, it's minus 25 percent," he said. "We still have a lot of individuals and companies who are very loyal customers." Kaspersky Lab's recently announced financial data shows that it has increased its global unaudited IFRS revenue to a total of $726m in 2018, up four percent, year over year. Sales in the Middle East, Turkey, and Africa region have risen by 27 percent, while those in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the region made up of Russia, Central Asia, and CIS have each grown by six percent. However, the company's performance has dropped by 11 percent in Latin America, a trend Kaspersky Lab attributes to local currency devaluation. Source
  23. File Size: 136 MB The Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool application was designed to be another virus scanner and detection software from Kaspersky. The product will scan the specified locations for any virus threats and remove them or send to Quarantine folder. Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool - software developed by Kaspersky Labs to provide additional security against malicious programs. Kaspersky AVP Tool finds and cures: viruses, Trojans, worms, spyware and adware, all types of rootkits and similar malicious programs. Features: • Excellent detection of malicious programs and strong ability to remove. • Simple and intuitive interface. • Can be installed on an infected system (in safe mode). • Comprehensive testing and treatment: the search for malware signature detection and heuristic analyzer. • Collect system information and interactive scripting. • Automatic and manual removal of various types of malicious programs. Detects viruses and other infections that may have reached your computer with the aid of different scan modes provided by Kaspersky No matter how carefully one uses the computer, they are still exposed to online threats and malware attacks, so the importance of having a correctly-configured antivirus solution should not be underestimated. However, in case the infection has already reached the PC and the security software app has been neutralized, there is one more tool that can be tested: Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool. Install the removal tool even on infected systems In most cases, when the virus is already on the target PC, there is nothing much one can do because the malware typically does not allow users to install or update any antivirus software. Kaspersky’s tool on the other hand has taken some protective measures: it can be installed on infected computers, even in Safe Mode, and it can automatically remove viruses, Trojans, rootkits, adware or spyware. User-friendly layout and fast scan process Installation is extremely quick and the scan process is very fast, with the application remaining quite friendly with the computer resources. The interface of Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool is equally intuitive, and users can only press the Scan button and continue with their work, as the process will run in the background. Activate the in-depth analysis mode If the results of the automatic scan are not satisfactory, one can also try the Manual Disinfection which performs an in-depth analysis of the computer, then generates a detailed report that can be sent to Kaspersky for further processing. Specify the target location Alternatively, one can also choose the target type of data that needs to be scanned, thus restricting the area of analysis, and the time of the scan, but this is only advisable when users are aware of the location of the infection. Also, modifying the security level to High can result in longer scanning times. Last but not least, Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool allows users to choose the action they want to take when a threat is detected, so experts can attempt to manually process the issue. Bottom line Overall, in case viruses and other infections have reached one's computer, Kaspersky’s tool can come to the rescue. But one should note that keeping a computer clean comes down to installing a full version of an antivirus solution, with real-time protection and periodic updates. Attention: Kaspersky AVP Tool is designed to quickly find and isolate files, but can not be used as a permanent means of virus protection. To ensure the security of your computer must have to have another "normal" anti-virus with the means of protection in real time. What's New: Database Update • Release of antivirus database updates (required to protect your computer/server/mobile device) Support • Providing technical support over phone / web Error fix • Release of patches for the application (addressing detected bugs) Home page: https://www.kaspersky.com/ https://www.kaspersky.com/downloads/thank-you/free-virus-removal-tool Download: http://devbuilds.kaspersky-labs.com/devbuilds/KVRT/latest/full/KVRT.exe
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