Re: chkrootkit reporting sshd vulnerable?

From: Doctor Zen (
Date: 12/29/01

From: Doctor Zen <>
Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2001 14:55:13 +0000 wrote:

> Richard E. Silverman <> wrote:
>>>>>>> "DZ" == Doctor Zen <> writes:
>> DZ> ssh 3.0.1 (commercial) and chkrootkit v0.33 When I run chkrootkit
>> DZ> locally it reports sshd not vulnerable, but when I ssh into the
>> DZ> box and then run chkrootkit on it in the shell I get "sshd
>> DZ> vulnerable but disabled".

> Chkrootkit only works locally, worth two minutes of your time Mr.
> Silverman

Ah, that looks like the answer! Thanks everyone.


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