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I figured out a way to thwart rootkits though it will not totally remove it. I simply added a malware process destroyer into my boot sequence. I used Rkill, as this program was able to detect the malware. However, after deleting it, the rootkit would generate the files again on startup. By putting rkill into my startup I effectively rendered the rootkit ...


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The anti-virus apps you get from GooglePlay, is most likely made to protect against apps from outside the GooglePlay store (also know as APK packages). We're now writing 2014, and it's starting to get really ugly on the Android platform. There's COUNTLESS "APK" installer packages that just downloads automatically to your phone/tablet if you enter the wrong ...


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No, it won't work this way. Reading the documentation from EICAR we can see why: The first 68 characters is the known string. It may be optionally appended by any combination of whitespace characters with the total file length not exceeding 128 characters. So, the file must start with the said string, and must not be larger than 128 bytes. All of your ...


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Most AV companies have a team of analysts that monitor incoming samples collected from a variety of sources. These sources include but are not limited to: acquisition of samples from sandboxed machines working in a honeypot samples sent in via customers either automatically or manually samples acquired from third parties including competing vendors The ...



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