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posted on July 8th 2011, at 10:33
by lunarg

A new type of rootkit has recently been seen. While most modern rootkits use the MBR and unused sectors of a harddrive, this one also misuses NTFS metadata to inject malicious code into a running OS.

Full article: http://www.securelist.com/en/blog/517/Cybercriminals_switch_from_MBR_to_NTFS

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