Re: 'rooted' NT/2K boxen?

From: H C (
Date: 05/02/02

Date: Thu, 2 May 2002 13:26:18 -0700 (PDT)
From: H C <>
To: zeno <>

> I haven't seen any type of windows 'rootkit' myself.
> For example a replacement of netstat, nbtstat,
> route, and other utilities to give proccess
> information etc...
> If anyone knows of any let me know I'm interested.
> Of course the problem with getting windows
> source is an issue.
Older versions of Hoglund's NTRootkit are available

The 'newest' version I've been able to find is here:

click on "Windows NT Rootkit Source".

Not sure how that applies to my original question, but
there it is...

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