Security Bites 104: Of rootkits and online gaming flaws

CNET's Robert Vamosi talks with author Greg Hoglund about rootkits, software vulnerabilities, and online gaming.

Greg Hoglund is no stranger to security. In the last few years, he's founded Bugscan, Cenzic, and HBGary, where he is currently CEO. He is also the co-author of Exploiting Software, Rootkits: Exploiting the Windows Kernel, and Exploiting Online Games. Hoglund has presented at numerous Black Hat Briefings and taught several training sessions there as well.

This week he stopped by the Security Bites studio for a conversation with CNET's Robert Vamosi on rookits, software vulnerabilities, and online gaming.


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    As CNET's former resident security expert, Robert Vamosi has been interviewed on the BBC, CNN, MSNBC, and other outlets to share his knowledge about the latest online threats and to offer advice on personal and corporate security.

     

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