While there are a multitude of battle-tested forensic tools that focus on disk storage, the domain of memory analysis is still emerging. In fact, even the engineers who work at companies that sell memory-related tools have been known to admit that the percentage of investigators who perform an in-depth examination of memory is relatively small. In light of this, staying memory resident is a viable strategy for rootkit deployment. The problem then becomes a matter of remaining inconspicuous and finding novel ways to survive a system restart. In this presentation Iâ€™ll look at rootkit technology that tackles both of these issues on the Windows platform.
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