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Solaris vs. Linux Comparison

Posted 07-13-2006 at 01:25 PM by unSpawn

Sometimes it's good to lend another persons view to look at familiar things like GNU/Linux: Solaris vs. Linux: Framework for the Comparison in Large Enterprise Environments. (The statements, views and opinions presented there are the authors' problem, not mine :-] )
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Zeppoo: another RK detector for GNU/Linux?

Posted 06-06-2006 at 12:02 PM by unSpawn

OK. So there's a new one on the block. Zeppoo. Dick blogs it as a "Memory level rootkit hunter" and Gadi calls it a "Decent Rootkit Detection for Linux" in his blog , though what's decent about it isn't explained. They also fail to seize the moment to emphasise prevention is better anyway.

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Originally Posted by Zeppoo
Anti-Rootkits which donít use these methods can be fooled easily.
Like, duh?

And why doesn't anyone post up front why it's qualitatively soo much more advanced...
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IIGC

Posted 04-05-2006 at 06:14 PM by unSpawn

Came up with a new FLA (Four Letter Acronym): IIGC, for "If I Googled Correctly".
Implying rudimentary coordination between searchengine-fu and knowledge-fu is present.
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Rootcheck release 0.7

Posted 03-19-2006 at 02:58 PM by unSpawn

A new version (0.7) of rootcheck is or will be available RSN.
See http://www.ossec.net/rootcheck/
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Rootkit Hunter 1.2.8

Posted 02-14-2006 at 09:20 AM by unSpawn

Rootkit Hunter just released 1.2.8: get it from http://www.rootkit.nl/
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