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No Defense Against Windows Rootkits?

gambit There is a solution (510 comments)

SecureWave which uses a small kernel agent that uses a whitelist approach. Anything not allowed by the admin is dropped and considered deadware.

It's the only thing out there like that!

about 9 years ago


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