Eugene «Indiana» Jones-Kaspersky, Flame and Russian counter-intelligence

:wink: spy novel by Noah Shachtman (Wired magazine) :

Russia’s Top Cyber Sleuth Foils US Spies, Helps Kremlin Pals

What Wired Is Not Telling You – a Response to Noah Shachtman’s Article in Wired Magazine

Kaspersky Denies Kremlin Ties, Compares Himself to Indiana Jones

Is the parent company of British Kaspersky Labs Limited (KL), which belongs to ZAO “Kaspersky Lab” and distributors around the world. © Forbes magazine

   [i][b]The New York Times[/b][/i]

Obama Order Sped Up Wave of Cyberattacks Against Iran 8)

   [i][b]Los Angeles Times[/b][/i]

House Republicans consider prosecuting reporters over leaks :o

:o WIRED: The 15 Most Dangerous People in the World

8: Eugene Kaspersky


:THNK who shall be suprised .

Educated by KGB.
Worked many years for KGB.
100% of the cash from KGB.

Any more question.

Even something stupid like Wikipedia didnt hide the past and financial pipeline .

Eugene Kaspersky (Russian: Евгений Валентинович Касперский, Yevgeniy Valentinovich Kasperskiy; born 4 October 1965 in Novorossiysk, USSR) is a Russian specialist in the information security field. He has written articles on computer virology and speaks regularly at security seminars and conferences. In 1997, Kaspersky co-founded the Kaspersky Lab, a developer of secure content & threat management systems and the world’s largest privately held vendor of software security products.
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1 Career
2 Personal life
3 Other
4 See also
5 References
6 External links

Kaspersky graduated from the Institute of Cryptography, Telecommunications and Computer Science, an institute co-sponsored by the Russian Ministry of Defence and the KGB[1] in 1987. Kaspersky then worked at a multi-discipline scientific research institute until 1991. While there, the Cascade virus was detected on his computer, which increased Kaspersky’s interest in information security and led to his studying the field of computer virology from 1989. Kaspersky joined the KAMI Information Technologies Center in 1991, where he and his associates developed the AVP anti-virus product. In 1997, he co-founded Kaspersky Lab, which was later run for a decade by his ex-wife Natalya Kaspersky.[2] In November 2000, AVP was renamed ‘Kaspersky Anti-Virus’ after a dispute with a US partner. In 2007, Eugene was named the CEO of Kaspersky Lab.[3] On 12 June 2009, he received the Russian State Award from president Medvedev for improving state security.[4] In the same year, he received the People’s Republic of China Friendship Award.[5]
In 2009, Kaspersky was quoted as saying:
[b]“Everyone should and must have an identification, or internet passport,… The internet was designed not for public use, but for American scientists and the US military. Then it was introduced to the public and it was wrong…to introduce it in the same way”.

— Kaspersky[6[/b]

you are sooooo (:HUG) safe with the stalinoputino Kaspersky.