Asynchronous Harakiri++

2011-10-01

Peter Ször

McAfee, USA

Rachit. Mathur

McAfee, USA
Editor: Helen Martin

Abstract

The generic retro-malware features of ZeroAccess, combined with its advanced rootkit features, makes it one of the most difficult rootkits to deal with, while newer variants of the malware also support 64-bit Windows systems. Peter Ször and Rachit Mathur take a detailed look at the rootkit.


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