A BIOS-level rootkit attack, also known as a persistent BIOS attack, is an exploit in which the BIOS is flashed with malicious code. A BIOS rootkit enables remote administration. Since the BIOS is stored in memory rather than on hard disk, a BIOS rootkit can survive conventional attempts of getting rid of malware, including reformatting or replacing hard drive. work out new approaches to detect such Rootkits.
Notes: Use publicly available rootkit(if any) or simulate your own rootkit to demonstrate the solution.
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