How to Identify and Remove a Rootkit

How to Identify and Remove a Rootkit

There are 1 comment on the Examiner.com story from Feb 5, 2014, titled How to Identify and Remove a Rootkit. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

A rootkit is a malicious type of software which hides its presence in your PC. This type of malware is very stealthy since it positions itself in the inner most layers of the operating system to avoid detection by your antivirus/anti-malware program.

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Daniels, WV

#1 Feb 5, 2014
Microsoft and the proprietary bios and EFI vendors are a plague on the earth.

Use coreboot and Xubuntu to escape this nightmare.

In other words, run Xubuntu on a Chromebook.

In even the absolute worst case nightmare scenario, you can still restore everything to normal.

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