“Infecting loadable kernel modules: kernel versions 2.6.x/3.0.x” is the title of my last paper that has been published on phrack #68. You can read the paper here.
Many thanks to:
– blackb1rd (a phrack reviewer) who helped me in writing the paper.
– All the phrack staff for publishing the paper.
– emdel for … mmmh … Hi, emdel!
Any comments or suggestions would be (obviously) appreciated.
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