Kaspersky willing to give US anti-virus ‘source code’ to disprove Russia spying claims


Eugene Kaspersky, the founder and chief executive of the Moscow-based cybersecurity firm which bears his surname, has responded to accusations from the US government claiming his computer software could be used by the Russian government to snoop on Americans. In the wake of the computer attacks at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in 2016, widely believed to be the work of at least two Russian hacking groups, multiple US government sources said fears had mounted that using Kaspersky Lab’s anti-virus protection was a risky move.

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