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The documents are certifications issued to the company by the Russian Security Service, the spy agency known as the FSB.
Unlike the stamped approvals the FSB routinely issues to companies seeking to operate in Russia, Kaspersky’s include an unusual feature: a military intelligence unit number matching that of an FSB program.
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The documents reviewed by Mc Clatchy, however, could provide additional evidence that the clandestine FSB has a tight relationship with Kaspersky.
In a statement to Mc Clatchy, the company did not directly address the reference to an FSB military unit number in several of its certificates dating to 2007.
“That strikes me as much more persuasive public evidence,” said Paul Rosenzweig, a former deputy secretary for policy at the Department of Homeland Security.
“It makes it far more likely that much of the rumor and uncertainty about Kaspersky are true.” For years, suspicions that Kaspersky is connected to Russia’s spying apparatus have dogged the company, a leading global seller of anti-virus programs.