Tag Archive | "root kit"


17 November 2010 | 14,718 views

TDL AKA Alureon Rootkit Now Infecting 64-Bit Windows 7 Platform

As we’ve come to expect, the malware guys are always at the leading edge of technological development. Now there are rootkits infecting 64-Bit versions of Windows, which have been thought of as fairly safe by most parties. The rootkit in questions is a fairly well known variant (TDL/Alureon) and has been around for several years, [...]

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23 July 2010 | 8,750 views

Microsoft Confirms Windows Zero Day Bug In Shortcut Files

This is a pretty nasty attack and for once Microsoft have actually acknowledged and confirmed this is a critical unpatched vulnerability. Incidentally Microsoft also recently retired Windows XP SP2 from the support cycle, and this vulnerability effects that system and they have stated they will not be patching it. It’s a pretty serious bug and [...]

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18 August 2009 | 22,687 views

Stoned Bootkit – Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 7 MBR Rootkit

What is Stoned Bootkit? A bootkit is a boot virus that is able to hook and patch Windows to get load into the Windows kernel, and thus getting unrestricted access to the entire computer. It is even able to bypass full volume encryption, because the master boot record (where Stoned is stored) is not encrypted. [...]

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