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Kick User Bash Script

You can delete user with command deluser however, if user is running processes and you must kill first (he can start new ones) after that you must backup for further investigations.While you are trying to kick him he can root your system with local exploits or put malicious files to your system.For that reasons being quick and following a path is very important and in here this path is our Bash script. 33 more words

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What is Rootkit?

Introduction

Rootkits are usually used to hide files or programs.

All-Games: Page 23

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The monsters have been chosen!

Starring: Billy and Jay – The Game Chasers

You can read the whole story as it is released HERE

Dexter Morrill

All-Games 2014 Holiday Card

The Virus Gang keeps the artist company hostage for the holidays!

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from ‘The Quest’!

Dexter Morrill

Thunderstrike - new Mac "ueberrootkit" could own your Apple forever‏

US-based security researcher Trammell Hudson presented an intriguing paper on Mac rootkits at the recent Chaos Computer Congress (CCC) in Germany.

He called his work… 1,298 more words

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Thunderstrike — Infecting Apple MacBooks with EFI Bootkit via Thunderbolt Ports

A security researcher has discovered an easy way to infect Apple’s Macintosh computers with an unusual kind of malware using its own Thunderbolt port.

The hack was presented by programming expert Trammell Hudson at the annual Chaos Computer Congress (30C3) in Hamburg Germany. 76 more words

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Malware - an introduction and classification

Malicious software, or malware refers to programs that exploit vulnerabilities in a computing system for a harmful purpose. These malicious programs can be differentiated into categories based on their behaviours or functions. 560 more words

Malware