Bruce Schneier, who runs a blog on weblog covering security and security technology:
“This is a really interesting technical report from Microsoft. It describes a clever prototype — called GhostBuster — they developed for detecting arbitrary persistent and stealthy software, such as rootkits, Trojans, and software keyloggers.
…This is a great idea, but there’s a huge problem. GhostBuster is only a research prototype, so you can’t get a copy. And, even worse, Microsoft has no plans to turn it into a commercial tool.
This is too good an idea to abandon. Microsoft, if you’re listening, you should release this tool to the world. Make it public domain. Make it open source, even. It’s a great idea, and you deserve credit for coming up with it.”