October 11th, 2017
Israeli Spies Found Russians
Using Kaspersky Software for Hacks
By REUTERS OCT. 10, 2017, 9:54 P.M. E.D.T.
WASHINGTON — Israeli intelligence
officials spying on Russian government hackers found they were using
Kaspersky Lab antivirus software that is also used by 400 million
people globally, including U.S. government agencies, according to media
reports on Tuesday.
The Israeli officials who had hacked into Kaspersky’s network over two
years ago then warned their U.S. counterparts of the Russian intrusion,
said The New York Times, which first reported the story.
That led to a decision in Washington only last month to order Kaspersky
software removed from government computers.
The Washington Post also reported on Tuesday that the Israeli spies had
also found in Kaspersky's network hacking tools that could only have
come from the U.S. National Security Agency. http://wapo.st/2i2clXa
After an investigation, the NSA found that those tools were in
possession of the Russian government, the Post said.
Comments: Following is what we published three and a half years
ago on March 14th, 2014....
Internet Anti Virus and Security system which is now being used as
"a reference" every time one read news about hacking, infections, etc.
is Kaspersky (1)
which is the creation of a Russian - with its Global Headquarters in
This product is being used more and
more worldwide. They have many
conveniences - even keeping all your passwords under "lock and key" so
that no hacker can break into your "cookie jar". The problem is
that Kaspersky owns the the lock and has a copy of the key of your
Translating: As they gain exposure
worldwide, more and more computers
have their "security" system installed thus, more and more computers
are technically at the beck and call of orders from the Russian
Federation. Who is to say that right now, every computer that uses
Kaspersky (ours included!) is not a Zombie Computer that could be
activated from Moscow to do whatever they wish at the click of a mouse?
It is now that I see why God insisted
that I view the movie The Net
back in 1995 (at a time when I was no longer viewing any kind of movies
of faith related ones). When I say "insisted" I mean it - I just could
not get away from avoiding the "hints".
You may want to review the plot now. (2)
In the meantime we are going to
change our Internet "Security" System.
Kaspersky @ USA
In spite of the tens of millions of documents downloaded from our
the last 19 years, many people still say: "What does that miguel de Portugal know?".....
and they are right!
miguel de Portugal knows little outside of God's toll free telephone
number..... since all the credit, and certainly all the Glory, is His!
We thank IMC from the Philippines for alerting us to this news report.
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