How RootKits Works & How To Detect Rootkits?

How Rootkits Works?

How RootKits Works & How To Detect Rootkits? – System hooking is a process of changing and replacing the original function pointer with the pointer provided by the rootkit in stealth mode. Inline function hooking is a technique where a rootkit changes some of the bytes of a function inside the core system DLLs (kernel32.dll and ntdll.dll) placing an instruction so that any process calls hit the rootkit first. Direct Kernel Object Manipulation (DKOM) rootkits are able to locate and manipulate the “system” process in kernel memory structures and patch…

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