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Interesting. Wonder what the target market is for this? Will there be a UI? How much? And, most importantly.... does it play crysis?
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http://tech2.in.com/news/software/kaspersky-lab-confirms-ongoing-development-of-secure-os/512172
Ya hear that?
This here's a MAN'S OS! tongue.gif
Linux people!!! LINUX!!! Why create something we already have! -.-
   
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Linux people!!! LINUX!!! Why create something we already have! -.-

Don't forget the BSDs.
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Interesting. Wonder what the target market is for this? Will there be a UI? How much? And, most importantly.... does it play crysis?

Haaaaa.

Agreed with the rest as well, quite interesting. I'm sure they wouldn't spend their time or resources on this if they didn't feel that there was not a market for...whatever type of OS they are developing.
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post #45 of 70

Glad to hear of the new development. I am sure it will be a welcomed product for those that need it.

 

*For all of the conspiracy nuts in this thread - you should educate yourself on who this man is and what/where he has risen from. wink.gif This company has delivered information on some of the biggest worms and virus outbreaks worldwide

 

**FYI - when you are the developer of a successful software company in Russia -> Your not involved with the KGB.. THEY are involved in YOU !! Besides you think America operates differently? What about 30mil USD for the Apple "backdoor"? .. shall we bring up M$ as well ? 

post #46 of 70
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Glad to hear of the new development. I am sure it will be a welcomed product for those that need it.

*For all of the conspiracy nuts in this thread - you should educate yourself on who this man is and what/where he has risen from. wink.gif  This company has delivered information on some of the biggest worms and virus outbreaks worldwide

**FYI - when you are the developer of a successful software company in Russia -> Your not involved with the KGB.. THEY are involved in YOU !! Besides you think America operates differently? What about 30mil USD for the Apple "backdoor"? .. shall we bring up M$ as well ? 

Read this.
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Serving at the pinnacle of such an organization would be a remarkably powerful position for any man. But Kaspersky’s rise is particularly notable—and to some, downright troubling—given his KGB-sponsored training, his tenure as a Soviet intelligence officer, his alliance with Vladimir Putin’s regime, and his deep and ongoing relationship with Russia’s Federal Security Service, or FSB. Of course, none of this history is ever mentioned in Cancun.

And no one talked about the USA operating differently, in fact, I expect them to do the exact same thing.
This is why I advocated OpenBSD in my previous post, guys...
Edited by crust_cheese - 10/16/12 at 3:49pm
post #47 of 70
Cool. I really like and respect Kaspersky and the work they do. It will be interesting to see what they come up with.

EDIT: Don't believe all the scare tactic stuff about how Kaspersky's background. This man and his company have done more to ensure that users all around the globe are safe from malware than most of the US based companies. I use their software with most of my customers and I feel 100% safe recommending it.
Edited by Mygaffer - 10/16/12 at 4:13pm
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Going by this logic then every AV is a joke. Plenty of ways to kill of an antivirus entirely. One to note that was extremely prominent not too long ago was the ZeroAccess rootkit. Norton - Completely corrupted. Kaspersky - Completely corrupted. AVG - Corrupted and uninstalled. Nod32 - Unaffected, but also didn't prevent infection. Bitdefender - Mostly disabled and corrupted, didn't prevent infection.
It's really not difficult to beat an antivirus if you're looking at it from this standpoint. The AV makers have to block all kinds of threats and prevent weak points in the system. Windows doesn't make this any easier because a virus can be triggered before subset security procedures can be implemented, pain in the ass it is. Meanwhile virus makers can spend their time analyzing how the AV software works and use methods to cripple them or bypass them. Beat the dominant players (Avast, AVG, Kaspersky, Norton, Nod32, McAfee, etc.) and ignore the <5% share the masses of other unknown vendors have and you're good to go.
Point: All AV's are a joke. They're good for what they detect but if someone really wants to mess things up they can.

Nope kaspersky has HIPS..

Not sure what you're rambling about now
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Nope kaspersky has HIPS..
Not sure what you're rambling about now

Not sure if trolling or just dumb.
As I said, Kaspersky is being disabled before it is even allowed to run. HIPS doesn't come into play, Norton, Nod32, Bitdefender and just about every other AV in existence has something similar to HIPS implemented as well.

Tip: Do a little research on ZeroAccess. Took about 3-4 months, after it was discovered and named, to get it detected by TDSSK which only covered a few variants. There is also other variants that destroy Windows services and require them to be repaired -- TDSSK doesn't do that and requires additional subset commands to be run.



There's a reason why there's no such thing as complete protection; the end user. Until human brains are replaced with computer chips the only true weakness is people themselves as most infections they clicked install. It didn't do it in the background, the user themselves hit the install button on the program, end of story.
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No that's NORTON that's pure garbage.

We consider Norton a virus at work. LOL. We have people bringing in their brand new i7 Systems that we built for them saying that it slow, only to find out that they installed the Norton that Comcast gives out. -.-
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