Alternate Data Streams - What's Hiding in Your Windows NTFS?

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Hackers and malware authors have a strong motivation to keep you from finding their malicious software on your system. If you find it, you can delete it. If you delete it, the malware author doesn't make money-yes, this is a for-profit business. Panda software, a respected anti-virus and anti-malware vendor, reports that from January - March of 2006, 70% of the malware released on the Internet was trying to make money for the authors in one way or another.
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Alternate Data Streams - What’s Hiding in Your Windows NTFS?

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