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Kaspersky Blocks Waynakh Online

Submitted by on Thursday, 16 August 2012.    1,061 views No Comment
Kaspersky Blocks Waynakh Online

Users of the Kaspersky anti-virus program are reporting that they cannot access Waynakh Online because the software blocks the site and displays a warning message which reads: “Access Forbidden – Dangerous Link”.

After receiving the concerning messages, our IT managers conducted an extensive review within the files of Waynakh Online and tested the site with different virus programs, finding no malware or viruses. Moreover, we also determined that Kaspersky is the only virus program that views Waynakh.com as a “dangerous link”.

Kaspersky Lab has earlier received media attention exposing their relationship with the Russian security service, “FSB”. According to Forbes, 50 million people worldwide are now members of the Kaspersky Security Network, sending data to the company’s Moscow headquarters every time they download an application to their desktop. Microsoft, Cisco, and Juniper Networks all embed Kaspersky code in their products—effectively giving the company 300 million users. But the American magazine “Wired” notes the dark personality of Eugene Kaspersky, a former Soviet officer and the owner of Kaspersky Lab. Kaspersky’s rise is particularly notable 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.

“There’s too much freedom on the internet. Freedom is good. But the bad guys, they can abuse this freedom to manipulate public opinion,” said Eugene Kaspersky, who shares the viewpoint of the Kremlin. He had once even confirmed his relation with the FSB: “…We have very good relations with both the FSB cyber security department and the Moscow police department. They know us. They know us as people who support them when they need it…” Kaspersky Lab is not just an antivirus company; it’s also a leader in uncovering cyber-espionage and a tool at the hands of the Kremlin. Like they claim, Waynakh.com is a dangerous link but not for ordinary people, only for the Kremlin and their circle. This is because we tell the truth about the Russian occupation in the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria and we resist the Russian disinformation campaign on the Chechen issue; thus, they need to use censorship against our publications. They were not successful in their so-called “official request to shut down Waynakh Online” nor in their DDoS attacks. Now, at least they may manage to keep Kaspersky anti-virus users away from Waynakh Online.

We, Waynakh Online, strongly advise uninstalling all products from the Kaspersky Lab, from your computers.

Here is a screen print from a Kaspersky Lab user:

*Text was written by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco

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