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ABSTRACT:

A rootkit is a specific type of malware that gains access to privileged systems while successfully hiding from security solutions. These rootkits generally provide remote access to any and all resources on the system which it is installed.

While most organizations have antivirus, antimalware, antispyware, firewalls, and other security solutions defending their business, many do not have an anti-rootkit solution in place.

This whitepaper explores the three factors that are driving the rise of rootkits, three explicit examples of why rootkits stand out from other malware, and the dramatically different approach you should take to protect your organization from these harmful intruders. View now to learn more!

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