Microsoft exec warns of rootkits

Tuesday, 11 April 2006, 12:20 AM EST

If your system gets infiltrated by a rootkit, you might as well just "waste the system entirely," a Microsoft official told fellow security professionals last week at the annual InfoSec Conference here.

Microsoft's Mike Danseglio, program manager in the company's security solutions group, was among a host of security experts from big-name companies who swapped advice about protecting networks with 1,700 showgoers.

At Network World.

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