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14 personalposter I have wondered about this for years. Particularly after the German government banned the use of Windows on diplomatic and military computers some years back. While there have been various reasons cited, one of the original articles said that packet analysis determined that Windows phoned home.
3 autotldr This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original]( reduced by 72%. (I'm a bot) ***** > The administration of US President Donald Trump has ordered government agencies to remove products made by Russian company Kaspersky Labs from their computers. > DHS said in a statement that it was "Concerned about the ties between certain Kaspersky officials and Russian intelligence and other government agencies," as well as Russian laws that might compel Kaspersky to hand over information to the government. > Civilian government agencies have 90 days to completely remove Kaspersky software from their computers. ***** [**Extended Summary**]( | [FAQ]( "Version 1.65, ~209459 tl;drs so far.") | [Feedback]( "PM's and comments are monitored, constructive feedback is welcome.") | *Top* *keywords*: **Kaspersky**^#1 **government**^#2 **products**^#3 **Russian**^#4 **Lab**^#5
8 Vikentiy Well, the guy who single-handedly developed PC Pandora is now working at Kaspersky, so... He personally is a great human being though, a real role model engineer. The company could turn a bit evil, I suppose.
5 SuperSonicRitz I heard beating shit with hammers helps after using bleachbit.
3 hishnash I think this is a political move, not one based on fact. I have developer tools that are sold to US government offices, all of our tools were tested by them before we could ship and when we did an update we had to send it to the testing group who would check if the update was ok if so they would distribute the update to the users in the gov office.
1 mafer135 Invest in America