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congressional panel this week asked 22 government agencies to share documents on Moscow-based cyber firm Kaspersky Lab, saying its products could be used to carry out “nefarious activities against the United States,” according to letters seen by Reuters. The committee asked the agencies for all documents and communications about Kaspersky Lab products dating back to Jan. It also requested lists of any systems that use Kaspersky products and the names of any U. government contractors or subcontractors that do so. The government is reviewing how many agencies use software from Kaspersky Lab.
House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology are the latest blow to the antivirus company, which has been countering accusations by U. officials that it may be vulnerable to Russian government influence. intelligence chiefs in May publicly expressed doubt about the safety of Kaspersky products for the first time, although they offered no specific evidence of any wrongdoing.