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Kaspersky Lab to open data centre in Switzerland to address Western government concerns that Russia exploits its anti-virus software to spy on customers.
The "Olympic Destroyer" computer virus used to attack last month's Pyeongchang Winter Games was embedded with forged code to make investigators believe the attack was done by hackers linked to North Korea, Russia's Kaspersky Lab reported on Thursday.
Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab has never been asked by Russian intelligence services to spy on targets in the West, according to Eugene Kaspersky.
Kaspersky Lab said its security software had taken source code for a secret American hacking tool from a personal computer in the United States.
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