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Old 07-26-2006, 08:03 AM   #1
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Rootkit Hunter: looking for C/C++ developers


Fellow LQ members,

2006/11/22 The Rootkit Hunter is looking for C/C++ developers.

We're looking for developers who have C/C++, experience developing applications on POSIX-based systems and an understanding of shell scripts, work together as a team and who can dedicate time on a more or less regular basis.

If you want to help develop Rootkit Hunter please contact me.

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2006/09/06 The Rootkit Hunter project team is happy to finally announce the release of 1.2.9.

For download please see: http://sourceforge.net/projects/rkhunter/

If you would like to support and help develop RKH as security-minded and seasoned shellscripter, (multi-arch) tester or whatever else you think the project could need, feel free to email me.

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