Kaspersky blames “misconfiguration” after customers receive “dear and lovely” email

Customers of Russian security firm Kaspersky are understandably curious about an email they received yesterday, seemingly from the firm, calling them “dear and lovely”. Multiple users have posted on Kaspersky’s support forum concerned that the email – which mentions their name and email address – suggests an unauthorised party has been able to compromise Kaspersky’s systems to send the email.

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