On Wed, 23 Jan 2002 12:05:52 GMT, Niall O Broin said:
>rootkit or other. It sounds a very strange to me for a rootkit to do i.e. to
Only thing I've seen around the gaff recently (came across a
compromised machine) was the adore rootkit... changes ps and a few
other things... haven't heard of any rootkit that touches network
Dunno, do the usual stuff... strings on swap (see if any weird
source code turns up), passwd files, dates of binaries etc. etc.
PS actually bothered my ass googling, and got
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