Two former employees and one current employee said that the company has refused relocation requests after the invasion of Ukraine.
Eugene Kaspersky said he hoped for "a compromise" as Russia fired a massive rocket into a square in Ukraine's second largest city.
More than half the respondents of a new study said that they use anonymous profiles to exercise their freedom of speech.
They also found evidence that Stuxnet has ties to another malware family. The discoveries were made using tools and techniques only available to researchers in recent years.
US Cyber Command, a part of the military tasked with hacking and cybersecurity operations, says it is releasing malware samples as an information sharing effort.
Last week, Motherboard obtained data from the so-called ZooPark hacking group, which some suspect is connected to Iran. Now the hacker responsible has seemingly dumped the information after receiving a $1,000 payment.
Earlier this month, Kaspersky published research on the so-called ZooPark group, which ran a hacking campaign towards Android devices across the Middle East. Now, a hacker has allegedly stolen ZooPark's own data and provided it to Motherboard.
After US office closures, a ban from the Department of Homeland Security, and other pitfalls, Twitter confirms it banned Kaspersky from advertising on the social media network.
Vigilante hackers have left American flags and messages on machines in Russia and Iran. The hackers tell Motherboard why they did it.
The Russian cybersecurity firm released a new report that pushes back against accusations that it helped leak sensitive NSA materials and suggests that a backdoor found on worker’s machine could have allowed others to take files from his machine.
The company is already speaking to a number of “politicians and political organizations in Europe” about using the system, and it says that countries in western Europe, Scandinavia and Asia are technologically and mentally ready to make the change to...
2017 is on track to easily beat 2016.