Do the authors of antivirus articles take into consideration anything except how well these products perform as antivirus software? Kaspersky Labs has been implicated in data breeches at the NSA and other government and corporations around the world. They apparently work with the Russian government for nefarious reasons. A quick google search brings up a lot of disturbing allegations. It's disturbing how often they are recommended as a good antivirus software.
Because of these accusations (without proof I believe) Kasperski has moved to Switzerland. It seems to me that this is symptomatic of the cold war attitude which is developing between Russia and the West and I certainly don't trust Russia at all.
Just for clarity I am not a Kaspersky user but remain suspicious of the motives of the US government without more proof.
"They apparently work with the Russian government for nefarious reasons",or is this a policy of demonising Russia and anyone or any corproation with ties to Russia.I suppose Britain and America being paragons of virtue would not engage in any such "nefarious" activity.
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