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.cpanel-datstore Security

Discussion in 'Security' started by drillerboy, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. drillerboy

    drillerboy Member

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    Help!!!!!!!!!
    I have been seeing this in alot of a resellers accounts!
    This is what his .cpanel-datastore looks like:

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    Root/home/orange/.cpanel-datastore/
    Files Size User/Group Permissions Action
    _usr_bin_perl_-v 465 Byte orange(33072)/orange(33076) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    _usr_bin_psql_--version 67 Byte orange(33072)/orange(33076) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    _usr_local_apache_bin_httpd_-v 74 Byte orange(33072)/orange(33076) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    _usr_sbin_mysqld_--version 111 Byte orange(33072)/orange(33076) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    apache_LISTMULTIPARKED_0 85 Byte orange(33072)/orange(33076) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    apache_LISTSUBDOMAINS_0 76 Byte orange(33072)/orange(33076) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@149.156.1.6_home.pl_NS 669 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@192.12.94.30_oranqe.com_NS 542 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@192.26.92.30_orangekrakow.com_NS 568 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@192.33.14.30_orangedlafirm.com_NS 574 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@192.33.4.12_com_NS 1.6 Kb root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@192.33.4.12_pl_NS 1 Kb root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@192.41.162.30_orangekrakow.com_NS 571 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@192.42.93.30_orangedlafirm.com_NS 573 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@192.43.172.30_orangekrakow.com_NS 572 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@192.48.79.30_oranqe.com_NS 542 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@193.171.255.47_home.pl_NS 678 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@195.187.245.44_home.pl_NS 678 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@213.172.174.70_home.pl_NS 678 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@213.218.118.26_home.pl_NS 677 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@217.17.46.189_home.pl_NS 675 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    dig_@80.50.50.10_home.pl_NS 669 Byte root(0)/wheel(10) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    ftp_LIST_0 60 Byte orange(33072)/orange(33076) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    quota_-v 442 Byte orange(33072)/orange(33076) 600 edit rename copy move delete
    reseller_RESELLERSUSERS_orange 20 Byte orange(33072)/orange(33076) 600 edit rename copy move delete

    I want some advice on how there are i.p.'s with the root/wheel.
    No other resellers have the dig_@xxx.xxx.xx.xxx in their files, just this reseller.
    Thanks in advance!

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    #1 drillerboy, Nov 15, 2006
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2006
  2. Mysteerie

    Mysteerie Well-Known Member

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    Yes, where did these files come from?
     
  3. fdestcroix

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    Same Problem

    I've had the same problem with my cpanel datastore directory. What is the digg_@ anyways ?

    After searching for information about where these files are coming from for an hour I've found little info.
     
  4. cPanelKenneth

    cPanelKenneth cPanel Development
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    Files in $user/.cpanel-datastore and $user/.cpanel/datastore are cache files created by cPanel. The dig files pertain to nameservers and domain names (cannot recall the exact usage right now). They are only accessible to the user and root. You can delete them and they will be regenerated.

    The purpose of having the cache files is to improve the processing of various tasks that could ordinarily be quite slow.
     
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