Everybody wonders what the woodpecker is doing here – but nobody ever asks why he’s wearing glasses☺. The woodpecker became the symbol of Kaspersky Lab because – just like woodpeckers – our virus analysts make a characteristic knocking sound while they work.
If you look closely, you can see how many malicious programs each virus analyst has already analyzed and how many they are currently working on. Cyberattacks happen worldwide – every day – and our analysts are here to save the world from these computer threats… 24/7/365.Find out more
Here’s a typical Kaspersky Lab virus analyst… riding in his chair, at the speed of a Ferrari – to make sure the latest data is included in the laboratory’s reports. Our recent research shows that cyber-stealing is a very profitable and well-organized crime – so our virus analysts don’t just work hard to find the latest cyberattacks, they also identify who launched those attacks.Find out more
It’s been some time since Eugene Kaspersky analyzed a virus – but that doesn’t mean he isn’t eager to help combat the latest threats.
Eugene is Chairman and CEO of Kaspersky Lab. With 25 years of experience in fighting malware, he’s a world-renowned expert in IT security and the ideal leader for Kaspersky Lab.
These diagram shows the types of malware that our team has recently analyzed. Read more about most common malware classifications, so there’s no question about what you’re up against.Find out more
The overhead monitors display the latest data – including how many viruses we’ve detected, the volume of cyberattacks, the number of websites hacked and much more.Find out more
In today's world of sophisticated cyberthreats, it only takes a few minutes for new malicious programs or spam to spread to all corners of the world. Kaspersky Lab has created an interactive cyber-map that shows cybersecurity incidents – in real time, as they occur.Find out more
Your family's smartphones and tablets store a lot of precious personal data - so how can you protect all that confidential information from malware, Internet threats and other risks?Find out more
When you’re on Facebook, can you be sure who’s your friend and who’s your foe? We’ve created a way to help Facebook users find out exactly what their ‘friends’ are doing on Facebook.Find out more
Our Virus Lab’s transparent walls help our woodpeckers stay connected with the outside world – and maintain visual contact with our Anti-Malware Research team. This is just one of the many ways we make sure we’re always aware of the latest cyberattacks and are the first to fight against new threats.
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Get the full picture about local infections, online threats and network attacks – from around the world, over the last 24 hours.Find out more
Yes – there are times when we still use handwritten notes. It may be old-fashioned – but it can be very effective. Back in 2005, when we were creating our revolutionary Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6 product, the Kaspersky Lab team wrote many notes – and we still store them as part of the history of our company’s continuing innovations in the fight against computer threats. You can read about the rule of ‘Six’ – and get an insight into one of the most important milestones in our development into a global leader in security.Find out more
Across the world, Trojans make up the majority of online threats. Trojans are malicious programs that perform actions that are not authorized by the user: such as deleting, blocking, modifying or copying data.Find out more
On each virus analyst’s desk, there are three monitors. Two are used to analyze viruses that are running in the outside world, and the third monitor is used to run viruses and study them in ‘live’ conditions. How much do you really know about online safety?Check now
Every day, Kaspersky Lab receives over 700,000 emails that ask our virus analysts to check specific files. Would you like to use firstname.lastname@example.org address to get one of your files checked?
These days, you don’t even need to download or open a suspicious file to get infected. There are lots of tricks that malware can use to get onto your device and start running malicious activities. Anyone can be targeted by cybercriminals – but we believe that the more you understand the dangers, the less likely you are to become a victim.Find out more
This graph shows the number of virus signatures we included in the 12 most recent updates for our antivirus database.
Hundreds of new viruses – and their modifications – appear every day. To protect your computer, you need to ensure its antivirus databases are regularly updated.
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According to a survey carried out jointly by B2B International and Kaspersky Lab, 43% of respondents experienced in 12-month period an attack targeted specifically at financial information. Even more worrying, 44% of the people who lost money through online banking fraud were unable to recover it all.Find our more.