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#1 th3k3rst

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Posted 15 May 2017 - 09:43 AM

Hi errybody!

How vulnerable are standard windows browser password managers to rootkits? If there is a master password for said manager, can an attacker with total control of a system access these?

Do other managers like keypass offer a higher level of security when confronted with a "total control" rootkit style attack?

 

 



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