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Old 05-26-2004, 12:59 AM   #1
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Write to Hardware (EEProm, RAM)


Hello everyone,

Im big time interested into rootkits and I've been reading on methods that store information on hardware such as EEProms os ethernet cards or other hardware devices such as RAM. Can someone point me into the right direction to understand this stuff? Maybe source code? Any examples? Does anyone have any suggestions as to which hardware to write to? Any information would help?? I am currently reading up on ethernet drivers provided in the linux source tree

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