Shadow software attack

Monday, 27 December 2004, 10:01 AM EST

In this paper, I'm going to demonstrate the fact that a shadow software attack is still possible. In fact, many users and system admins are not aware of the importance of the protection mechanisms against these kind of attacks. There are many possible solutions to resolve this scenario, but it often requires some engagement from the server and the userís side and probably this is the very essence of the entity of the problem that we are going to face.

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