Rootkits on Linux

A Threat to System Security

Rootkits on Linux: A Threat to System Security A rootkit is a type of malicious software that allows an attacker to gain privileged access to a computer system. This access can be used to steal sensitive information, install additional malware, or carry out other malicious activities. Rootkits on Linux can be particularly dangerous, as they can go undetected for long periods of time and allow an attacker to gain complete control over the system. [Read More]