We’re back with another episode of The 101! This weekly security series aims to define endpoint security one question at a time. Tune in each week as we tackle a new term, concept, or comparison in our ongoing effort to provide clear definitions.
In this week’s episode, we learn more about a malware type that is widely panned as the most dangerous type out there – rootkits.
Now that’s a bold statement, especially in a world where certain types of malware infect millions of machines and cause billions of dollars in monetary damages. So, in order to understand why that is, today we ask: “What makes a rootkit so dangerous?”
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