Rootkit Guru: The Evil in Sony BMG


One man hidden in central Europe rivets the attention of security professionals worldwide. He calls himself holy_father. And he created Hacker Defender, the notorious rootkit used by adware, spyware, virus, digital rights management, and security professionals to bugger Microsoft Windows. Email Battles asked holy_father to weigh in on the Sony BMG copy-protection scandal. While we helped a bit with english and formatting, this is pure holy_father, so listen up:

Somehow it seems modern to use the term "rootkit technology" when you talk about software hiding itself. The problem is not that Sony BMG used rootkit technology to protect their property. But I do see some problems. Rootkit Guru: The Evil in Sony BMG

Linked by shanmuga Thursday, 15th December 2005 9:24PM