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    Default rootkit disk

    I read some wheres on internet of a recovery disk that would scan through your local drives for rootkits. Does anyone know where this might be found.
    Mike

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    Default Re: rootkit disk

    The only two I know are
    The Rootkit Hunter project
    chkrootkit -- locally checks for signs of a rootkit

    But, you'll notice that they're both relatively old (at least rkhunter's last release was 2012)

    IMO better tools are pen testing suites like Backtrack (there are others as well).

    TSU

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