Entries filed under 'Rootkits'
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March 26, 2008 11:45 AM By FireEye | Advanced Malware
The second part of this series will examine the mechanisms that rootkits use in order to provide stealth, data collection, and protection for BOTs and other malware. Since this is a lengthy topic, this part will start with user-land techniques and then part 3 will discuss kernel techniques.Read more...
March 18, 2008 11:44 AM By FireEye
This series of blog entries will examine the topic of rootkits , what they are, and how they work. Rootkits are a utility component to bots and other malware that provides stealth and protection for the malware. They are also the reason that makes malware very difficult to remove and sometimes detect. Therefore they are an important topic to explore as they apply to BOTs as well as other types of malware. This first part will examine what they are, why they exist and why they are a concern.Read more...