Our textbook discusses rootkits. Why is a rootkit more dangerous than a run-of-the-mill piece of malware? Why is detection of a rootkit more difficult than detection of run-of-the-mill malware? If rootkits are so bad, why is there not a larger market of rootkit detection capabilities?
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