[Full-disclosure] suspicion of rootkit



Hi list,

I am having a strange issue.
I have a lab virtual machine that behaves as if it was owned by a rootkit: weird behavior with system certificates and keyboard driver.
I first thought that with this knowledge it would be easy to spot the culprit: find some malicious driver or some kernel hook. But I failed...

The problem is I have tried both live and RAM analysis (Volatility) and found absolutely nothing unusual.

I am not an expert of Windows internals, so I am probably missing something.
Could you please give me some hint or point me to some resource? (I have the book Windows Internals, but still I don't see how to start with this mess).

More details are on my blog.

Thanks,

--- phocean





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