Antivirusbedrijf Kaspersky wants US access to source code software give
Kaspersky Lab wants the Us authorities to have access to the source code of their anti-virus software.
That said Eugene Kaspersky, founder of the Russian antivirusbedrijf, compared to The Australian.
The American National Security Agency (NSA), the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and the FBI said previously to do research on the use of the anti-virus software within the U.s. government.
It would make since Russia is suspected of hacks. The FBI is afraid that Russian spies the Kaspersky software try to abuse Us computers to spy and to sabotage.
Kaspersky wants the American authorities access to the source code so that they can control run. “If we have government contracts have to be in some cases we requested our technologies, what we do,” says the founder of the company.
Also has the virusbestrijder offered to be in America to witness that the software has no back doors. Kaspersky says that it is not possible for employees to be malicious code to the software to add, because the code is being monitored.