Re: Visited by a cracker

From: Eric Paynter (eric_at_arcticbears.com)
Date: 07/12/04

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    On Sun, July 11, 2004 7:45 am, Per Christian B. Viken said:
    > I've run chkrootkit 0.43 and Rootkit Hunter 1.1.1 and they didn't find
    > anything.

    Did you check for rootkits with a known safe kernel? i.e. boot from cd
    with known good binaries, mount the suspected drive, and check it.

    -Eric

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