The "Sony rootkit" case

Tuesday, 1 November 2005, 6:36 PM EST

There's been some recent developments in digital rights management systems (DRM) that have security implications. Some DRM systems have started to use rootkit technology. Rootkits are normally associated with malware but in this case a rootkit is used to enforce the copy control policies of audio CDs!

At the F-Secure blog.

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