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  • New TDL4 rootkit successfully hiding from AV

    09.10.2012

    A new variant of TDL4 has been identified, and it is now ranked as the second most prevalent malware strains within two months since detection.

  • Lucrative ZeroAccess botnet enslaves one million active computers

    20.09.2012

    The ZeroAccess rootkit has been around for quite some time now, spying on infected users, hiding from installed AV solutions and attempting to terminate them, redirecting users' online searches to malicious pages, downloading additional malware, and waiting for commands from criminals.

  • Is Ubisoft's DRM browser plugin a rootkit?

    30.07.2012

    An offhand remark made by Google engineer Tavis Ormandy to a post on the Full Disclosure mailing list has sparked anger in the harts of Ubisoft users, as he shared his discovery of what seems to be a rootkit in the DRM system used by the company.

  • Researcher demonstrates highly persistent hardware backdoor

    30.07.2012

    Spurred by the conclusion of a recent report that said that given the fact that China is the de-facto manufacturer of most IT equipment in the world, it could easily backdoor any computer well before it's shipped to its buyers, security researcher Jonathan Brossard decided to prove the practicality of such backdooring.

  • Researchers develop Android clickjacking rootkit

    04.07.2012

    A group of researchers from North Carolina State University have managed to create a proof-of-concept rootkit for the Android OS that is able to hijack the clicks made by the phone owners and use them to launch malicious applications without the users being aware of it.




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