Re: Visited by a cracker

From: Irvan (
Date: 07/12/04

  • Next message: Alexander Economou: "Re: Visited by a cracker"
    Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2004 07:37:04 +0700

    Hello Per Christian B. Viken:

    > Is there anything else I should check out? Anywhere else some nasty
    > exploits or trojans might be hiding? And should I try to find this guy? Or
    > is it probably hopeless?

    do you run a web server? if it so, check your website, maybe the intruder use
    php injection from your website. try to look at the httpd log

    National Cardiovascular Center
    Harapan Kita

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