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This malware FAQ guide provides several tips and tools on rootkit detection, prevention and removal. Continue Reading
Back Orifice is a rootkit program designed to expose the security deficiencies of Microsoft's Windows operating systems. The program's name is inspired by the name of Microsoft's BackOffice product. Created by a group of hackers called the Cult of the Dead Cow, Back Orifice allows someone at one computer to control everything on another, remote computer running Windows. (Continued) Continue Reading
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Nick Lewis reviews the top three technologies used by hackers to cover their tracks after a network intrusion. Continue Reading
Peter Giannoulis of The Academy Home and The Academy Pro demonstrates how to install and use Rootkit Hunter, a free rootkit scanner for Linux and BSD distributions. Continue Reading