Infamous islamophob and longtime KGB journalist agent Latynina spoke on KGB Gazprom radio "Ekho Moskvy" in defense of KGB agent Kaspersky who takes part in continuous DDoS attacks on the Kavkaz Center using zombie computers infected with his "Kaspersky antivirus".
The KGB represented by Latynina was outraged with revelations on Eugene Kaspersky officer in an article published by Wired. Latynina said:
"A couple of weeks ago, Wired- this is a professional IT magazine - published an article that left absolutely indelible impression on me.
This is an article by Shachtman about Eugene Kaspersky. I have not read anything more vile in recent times (Latynina reflects the opinion of the KGB - KC). Actually, this article states in well-rounded phrases that Eugene Kaspersky, head of the Kaspersky Lab international multi-billion dollar business, is no more or less than a KGB (FSB) agent and helps his Kremlin friends.
The article is disgusting in its form. No single word is formally a lie, but we, the journalists, know how not to say a single word as a formal lie but lie in silence. For example, can you describe an elephant's trunk, and say that it is a snake, because it is bent, it is long. And just omit the fact that it also has legs. The whole article is built on this technology.
And the business of Kaspersky is built on trust.
After all, what is Kaspersky Anti-Virus? It is a program that goes deep into your computer, checks everything inside it and sends suspicious files back to Kaspersky Lab, where they detect if these files are viruses, and then they write an anti-virus.
That is a system that is based on the amazing Russian business principle, because in Russia, where people are mostly concerned about who is doing what, this program is built on absolute trust and absolute understanding that Kaspersky Lab will never go into your computer to harm it, but only to rescue it.
And here comes this article that criticizes the very basis of this business (funded by the KGB - KC)", the KGB officer Latynina lamented on Gazprom radio.
Meanwhile, some KGB men hint that the Russian project to infect millions of computers around the world with KGB viruses coming from KGB-FSB officer Eugene Kaspersky is to be stopped. The KGB is specifically angered with the Kavkaz Center exposing the criminal activity of the Kaspersky Lab.
Reports a KGB man playing a role of "independent journalist and author of fifty books", Alexander Petrochenkov:
"Anyone who has been abroad was surprised and also a bit proud that boxes with anti-virus software of our compatriot Eugene Kaspersky are displayed in the windows of almost all computer stores abroad in the most prominent places. They are everywhere, even in most developed countries of the world.
What is Kaspersky Anti-Virus? Roughly speaking, it is such a big, clumsy and rather complicated virus that you voluntarily install on your computer. After that, the virus overrides your computer and becomes its main program after the operating system.
It begins to dig deep in your computer, checks all incoming and outgoing information, and sends to Kaspersky Lab all that it finds interesting, without asking you for a special permission, as you accepted and agreed with the license agreement with the Kaspersky Lab.
Then, after creating a new database of antiviruses, it regularly sends updates to your computer. What kind of updates they are - you will never know. And you will also never know what they do in your computer.
It's all based on trust or faith, if you wish. It is almost a religion. The alternative is only this: you either believe to Eugene Kaspersky and his Lab, agree to intimate relationship and permit access to your computer of his Anti-Virus, or you do not trust, and refrain from doing that.
Four weeks ago, on July 23, a noisy scandal erupted: the world's leading computer magazine Wired published a large story on Kaspersky Lab and its owner. Eugene Kaspersky was very unhappy with this article by Noah Shachtman, who worked for more than six months on the text, visited the Kaspersky Lab and interviewed its staff and Kaspersky himself.
In fact, Kaspersky was named as the largest computer spy, working for the KGB (FSB), although the Kaspersky immediately rejected the accusation.
This article could be considered as a media attack commissioned by Kaspersky's competitors. But, apparently, there is another customer here.
In recent months, an invisible cyber war takes place against Iran, in which not just ordinary hackers and amateurs, but government law enforcement agencies and intelligence services are involved. They now create powerful and expensive professional viruses that are difficult to defeat by conventional antivirus programs.
A website, Kavkaz Center, which seems (!-KC) to be a CIA agent, immediately took up this story and wrote: "Recall that Kaspersky has nearly 300 million subscribers worldwide. It is in fact the largest super bot net in the world. We suspect that computers with Kaspersky Anti-Virus belong to a global botnet of the KGB (FSB)". And they also accused Kaspersky of waging cyber attacks on their website.
But perhaps the main reason for media attack on Kaspersky was that he managed to frustrate the work of the US intelligence to detect and destroy the spy ware Flame, that has infected more than 300 computers in Iran.
After the article was published in the Wired, I watch what they write on the Internet about Kaspersky and how the scandal develops. The Russian press did not actively respond to it, I don't know why (! - KC).
The article in the Wired about Kaspersky has not been even translated into Russian (Latynina does not know English, so she could only read the article in a "confidential" Russian translation made for the officers of the KGB - KC), although most articles on Russia by foreign media are immediate translated into Russian and published on the Internet (this is a KGB lie for Russian readers who don't read English and can't compare - KC).
Watch this video to get an impression on what the Kaspersky Lab actually is. It is the largest computer company in Russia. And Russia's state Central Bank allocated significant funds to create that company", KGB officer Prtrochenkov laments.
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