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Old 11-17-2008, 08:49 AM   #1
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Arrow Is there any method or technique that we can apply to traversaling linux's PCB??

Just like the title,i read <<Volatile Memory Computer Forensics to Detect Kernel Level Compromise>> by Sandra Ring and Eric Cole.He sugguest a method that can make all process zombie by traversal the process list. i thought a lot about this,but i can't understand how this can be done.How to trap into the kernel ? The protection mechanism? i need some fresh ideas ~~~~Thank you!


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