Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 2nd Nov 2006 18:38 UTC, submitted by grfgguvf
Privacy, Security, Encryption Earlier this year, stealth malware researcher Joanna Rutkowska created a stir at the Black Hat Briefings when she demonstrated a way to infect Windows Vista with a rootkit and introduced Blue Pill, a new concept that uses AMD's SVM/Pacifica virtualization technology to create '100 percent undetectable malware'. In this interview with eWEEK senior editor Ryan Naraine, Rutkowska talks about her interest in computer security, the reality of stealth malware threats, the risks associated with hardware virtualization and why the anti-virus industry comes up short.
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devtty
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2006-04-02

In a sense, AV software is making money by using people's fear - sort of like blackmail/extortion

It is also like religions

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