Kaspersky shares your computer secrets in weekly sauna meetings with Russian secret service, asserts Bloomberg

“The company securing your Internet has close ties to Russian spies,” Bloomberg asserts in a story published last week.


The news agency sees a predestination to spying in every milestone of the life of Kaspersky Labs founder and CEO Eugene Kaspersky: “He was educated at a KGB-sponsored cryptography institute, then worked for Russian military intelligence, and in 2007, one of the company’s Japanese ad campaigns used the slogan ‘A Specialist in Cryptography from KGB.’”


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