Rootkits are the latest threat to be challenging OS X users. It’s believed that rootkits could be hiding in OS X devices infected with relevant malware.
ESET has now released a rootkit detection kit to allow users to undertake what would usually be a complex analysis of the kernel memory into one simple click.
The kit aims to detect modifications in the kernel memory in order to detect if there are any rootkits lurking. Find out more by visiting ESET.