Kaspersky Labs Blog – 2.11.19
Are you subscribed to a top YouTuber’s channel? If so, at any moment, a message purporting to be from your preferred celebrity can land in your inbox.
At first glance, the text looks like amazing news. Your fancied YouTube star feels extremely grateful to you for being one of their subscribers or for leaving comments on their video. And you’ve been chosen at random either to participate in a giveaway or to directly get a valuable prize — a new iPhone X or a gift card, for example.
Read more: Got a direct message from a top YouTuber? Chances are, it’s phishing
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 2.6.19 (2.5.19)
Our interaction with technology could soon be predominantly voice-based. To ask for something out loud and hear the answer is literally child’s play: Just take a look at how effortlessly kids use voice assistants.
Read more: Voice assistants hear things we don’t
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 2.1.19 (1.29.19)
A huge proportion of our B2B end users do not work with Kaspersky Lab directly. They are, in fact, customers of our partners: resellers, service and support providers, system integrators, resellers, system integrators, training centers, OEMs, and more. When talking about their expertise, they usually mention having “silver” or “platinum” status in addition to their specializations.
Read more: What businesses should know about our partners
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 1.25.19 (1.23.19)
As often happens when a technology sits quietly for years until adopted by Apple, suddenly, it’s grabbing headlines. Almost three years ago, we wrote about the first smart watch that supported so-called eSIM technology, but only now is it becoming widely known — because the iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max support the technology, allowing a virtual SIM to be added to a regular SIM card.
Read more: How eSIM works
Kaspersky Labs Blog – 12.12.18 (12.10.18)
The idea of leaving Twitter may not be as popular as #DeleteFacebook, but still, some people want to leave the microblogging service for good. In addition to any other reasons users might have, Twitter has recently been accused of being indifferent to accounts spreading fake news and propaganda, as well as not doing enough to prevent cryptoscams.
Read more: How to delete your Twitter account (and back up your tweets)