Kaspersky launches KasperskyOS

by Guest Post on August 29, 2016

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Kaspersky has launched a brand new operating system, built from the ground up for use on routers and other hardware. Very little information is available in English right now, but The Register has a brief summary of what’s been released about it in Russian.
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