Anthony Lineberry on /dev/mem Rootkits
“Malicious Code Injection via /dev/mem” by Anthony Lineberry: dtors.org/papers/malicious-code-injection-via-dev-mem.pdf
“Alice in Kernel Land: Malicious Code Injection via /dev/mem” (slides to Anthony Lineberry's Black Hat Europe 2009 presentation): dtors.org/papers/injection-via-dev-mem.pdf
“Runtime Kernel kmem Patching” by Silvio Cesare: doc.bughunter.net/rootkit-backdoor/kmem-patching.html
“Linux on-the-fly kernel patching without LKM” by sd and devik, Phrack 58 (December 28, 2001): www.trust-us.ch/phrack/show.php@p=58&a=7
“Linux Kernel Rootkits” by Rainer Wichmann: www.la-samhna.de/library/rootkits/index.html
“Who needs /dev/kmem?” by Jonathan Corbet: lwn.net/Articles/147901
“The details on loading rootkits via /dev/mem” by Jonathan Corbet: lwn.net/Articles/328695
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