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Rootkit Hunter 1.4.0 release is here thanks to John Horne and all contributors who provided code, submitted ideas, bugs, fixes, documentation, helped out on the rkhunter-users mailing list and promoted Rootkit Hunter.
- Added the '--list propfiles' command-line option. This will dump out the list of filenames that will be searched for when building the file properties database. By default the list is not shown if just '--list' is used.
- Added Jynx rootkit...
BIOS is still not smart enough, and has failed to reach the "holy grail" of doing just what system administrators want it to do. This means you AMI. And the others, too.
What I (and just about every system administrator I've talk to about this) want is to be able to specify a device boot order that does NOT get modified by the BIOS just because the media or device is absent in a future boot cycle. I want to have the USB memory stick be the FIRST boot device, conditional...