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Kaspersky website hack 'should not have happened'

It's the worst thing that could possibly happen to a computer security vendor: Over the weekend, Moscow's Kaspersky Lab was hacked.

A hacker, who identified himself only as Unu, said that he was able to break into a section of the company's brand-new US support website by taking advantage of a flaw in the site's programming.

This flaw left Kaspersky's support site vulnerable to an SQL injection attack, which could have given the hacker access to about 2,500 customer email addresses and to perhaps 25,000 product activation codes.

Kaspersky has hired database expert David Litchfield to investigate the incident and expects to be able to report more on the hack within 24 hours, the company said.


 

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