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Apple has released a new way to protect instant messaging in iMessage | Kaspersky official blog

Apple protects iMessage chats via its new post-quantum encryption protocol.

Transatlantic Cable podcast episode 334 | Kaspersky official blog

Episode 334 of the Kaspersky podcast includes LockBit takedown, big tech to tackle misinformation, blue aliens and more!

Credential phishing targets ESPs through ESPs

Cybercriminals hunt down access to credentials on the SendGrid service by sending phishing emails through SendGrid itself.

The biggest ransomware attacks of 2023 | Kaspersky official blog

Ransomware attacks remain a serious threat. We explore the biggest incidents of 2023, and the consequences for the organizations on the receiving end.

KeyTrap attack can take out a DNS server | Kaspersky official blog

The KeyTrap attack can disable DNS servers by sending a single malicious packet that exploits a vulnerability in DNSSEC (CVE-2023-50387).

How to run language models and other AI tools locally on your computer | Kaspersky official blog

What hardware and applications are needed to use AI on a local computer without internet access or the risk of data leakage.

Secure AI usage both at home and at work | Kaspersky official blog

Which AI assistants and tools are insecure, and how to use LLMs without risking your data.

Cyberthreats to marketing | Kaspersky official blog

How cybercriminals steal advertising budgets, advertising mailouts, and websites, and how to protect them.

Navigating the risks of online dating | Kaspersky official blog

Online dating is great for those looking for love ? but beware the risks this Valentine's day

One-time passwords and 2FA codes ? what to do if you receive one without requesting it | Kaspersky official blog

An unexpected message with a one-time login code could indicate an attempt to hack your account. Here's a step-by-step guide on what to do.