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Son of software tycoon Kaspersky is freed

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Apr 2011 23:43 User comments (4)

Son of software tycoon Kaspersky is freed Following one of the biggest headline-grabbing kidnappings in many years, the son of software tycoon Yevgeny Kaspersky has been freed, and Russian police have arrested five people.
The group, based out of Moscow, were demanding 3 million euro for Ivan Kaspersky's return.

Authorities managed to save Ivan after posing as middleman negotiating the ransom.

Ivan was kidnapped last week on his way to work as a programmer.

Kaspersky is a top anti-virus, and the entrepreneur is very highly regarded in Russia.

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4 user comments

126.4.2011 16:53

Glad to see he's ok and in good health.

226.4.2011 17:23
warriorp
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i never even knew this went down. glad everyone is ok


"How can one enjoy his or her money with taxes so high!"

326.4.2011 17:51

This is the first I've heard about it as well, but I'm glad everything turned out well. Kaspersky is a GREAT AV! I've supported them for years.


Carpe Noctem

428.4.2011 13:30

Wow sounds as bad as Mexico though they'd have found bits and pieces of him here and there...


Just my $0.02,

dEwMe

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