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Computer Evidence: Collection and Preservation, Second Edition by Christopher L. T. Brown

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Understanding Windows Rootkits in Memory

The war between computer users and hackers has been constant. As most computer forensics investigators know, even the most secure facility can be compromised. Firewalls, intrusion detection, and other perimeter security solutions rely on known signatures and clipping levels to detect malicious code, but it is easy for hackers to alter and recompile their exploits to get past these defenses. Computer systems may be locked down tightly, but hackers discover, develop, and deploy exploits before users and administrators can get systems patched. With automated tools, networks are scanned virtually every day by some hacker trying to find a way in. Sooner or later, someone will find a weakness and exploit it. ...

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