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From: Boris Lorenz (bololupa.de)
Date: Thu Apr 25 2002 - 09:46:56 CDT
Roman Drahtmueller wrote:
> > Could you elaborate on that a little more? I thought, that the nastiest
> > root-kits available exploit the module mechanisms? Not true?
> Negative... It's in one of the phrack magazines: manipulation of kernel
> memory through /dev/mem, thereby making in possible to introduce new code.
> So, you see: As long as you can manipulate memory, you're not safe.
If anyone is interested, here's the article where Phrack #58 refers to
in "Advances in Kernel Hacking":
Boris Lorenz <bololupa.de>
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