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Using rootkits

Using rootkits: Ethical Hacking: Trojans and Backdoors
Using rootkits: Ethical Hacking: Trojans and Backdoors

A rootkit takes administrator-level control while remaining undetected. A rootkit modifies software so that it makes incorrect decisions. A hacker can modify software integrity by creating an Easter egg, sending out a bogus patch, or by using browser hook

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