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Re: rootkit behavior
From: shyaam () gmail com
Date: 27 Jul 2006 15:50:23 -0000

When a rootkit can go to User Program, OS and Kernel level, and even further down in Research to BIOS and Microcode 
level in future, I dont see any reason for it to shift from directory to directory or drive to drive. Partitions dont 
stop them, but depends on the Rootkit's property.

Sorry, if the answer was not complete enough.
Best Regards,
Shyaam

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