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Kaspersky Lab: 323,000 New Malware Samples Found Each Day
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1/3/2018 | 6:53:34 AM
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nice post
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12/13/2016 | 12:57:09 PM
Twenty Motion
Very awesome article you got here
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12/13/2016 | 12:56:41 PM
Twenty Motion
Very awesome article you got here
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12/8/2016 | 6:41:53 AM
Kaspersky
Kaspersky likes to report numerous threats to remind how dangerous it is out there and push us to buy their solutions. No other vendor publishes so many reports about new threats. They are doing more PR than actual virus protection, independent AV test prove that. In addition to our local government spying on us through Windows and other staff, here we have Russians trying to spread their spying tools too.


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