Rootkit guru: antivirus makes me do it

Wednesday, 21 December 2005, 1:07 AM EST

Smart computer users know that once a computer is infected by a rootkit, it's changed forever. And as Windows rootkits go, Hacker Defender is among the most dangerous. The author of Hacker Defender, holy_father, explains why he does what he does, and what you can do to detect his rootkit.

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