What to look for ?
Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2003 21:49:05 +0100
I've setup a firewall script, got an external router which only maps
port 20,21,22,80 to my machine and all is ok :)
But, being prudent (or paranoid :)), what are the standard tools I can
use to check that my machine has not been hacked or hosting a troyan ?
I'm checking /var/log/messages, run netstat to look at the open ports of
What can be checked that I forgot :) ?
than you very much for your input :)
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