The US bans Kaspersky's software in state institutions

The US Department of Homeland Security is worried that the Moscow-based company may be vulnerable to the influence of the Russian government. US President Trump's administration has ordered state agencies to remove all Kaspersky Lab's products from state-owned computers for fears that a cyber-security software company based in Moscow may be vulnerable to the influence of the Russian government. 
All federal agencies and agencies have 30 days to identify all Kaspersky Lab products on their computer networks. After that, they will have another 60 days to remove and replace them with others, reported. Similar bans on the use of Kaspersky products were earlier. In June, a proposal to ban US troops from using the products of the Russian company was included in the Bill on Budget Rules of the Ministry of Defense.

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