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Is this a hack

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rootuser, Jul 20, 2006.

  1. rootuser

    rootuser Well-Known Member

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    Yesterday onwards lot of sites hosted in server is redirecting to server default home page, after that we checked
    roothkits through rootkit hunter it t is showing some binaries are BAD, is it a hack, how can i fix this
    /bin/ls [ OK ]
    /bin/mount [ OK ]
    /bin/netstat [ OK ]
    /bin/ps [ OK ]
    /bin/su [ OK ]
    /sbin/chkconfig [ BAD ]
    /sbin/depmod [ BAD ]
    /sbin/ifconfig [ OK ]
    /sbin/init [ OK ]
    /sbin/insmod [ BAD ]
    /sbin/modinfo [ BAD ]
    /sbin/runlevel [ OK ]
    /sbin/sysctl [ OK ]
    /sbin/syslogd [ OK ]
    /usr/bin/file [ OK ]
    /usr/bin/find [ BAD ]
    /usr/bin/groups [ OK ]

    MD5
    MD5 compared: 119
    Incorrect MD5 checksums: 5

    File scan
    Scanned files: 310
    Possible infected files: 0
    Possible rootkits:

    Scanning took 228 seconds
     
  2. ramprage

    ramprage Well-Known Member

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    Did you try updating rkhunters database? Sometimes it may give a false positive but its generally pretty accurate.
     
  3. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Go on, have a guess
    You need to post your OS, but those look like fmailiar false-positives that the rkhunter developer hasn't updated their database with. I'm finding rkhunter getting further and further out of date with their md5sum databases of late.
     
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