Microsoft exec warns of rootkits
Microsoft dedicates four staffers to analyze rootkit samples found in customer computers or on the Internet. In his presentation at the InfoSec Conference, Microsoft's Mike Danseglio offered a list of the most-wanted rootkits, adding that 90 percent of what Microsoft finds relates to Hacker Defender, a rootkit created by a Czech Republic-based programmer.
At CIO Today.
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