No Kaspersky compromise

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A forensic exam has confirmed Kaspersky Lab's initial findings that Romanian hackers did not compromise any personal data when they launched an SQL injection attack against the anti-virus company's U.S. support site. David Litchfield of Next Generation Security Software said in a Thursday report that other attackers, upon learning of the vulnerable site at usa.kaspersky.com, attempted to access data but also were unable. — DK
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