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lfd on servername.com: System Integrity checking detecte

Discussion in 'Security' started by polkocholo, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. polkocholo

    polkocholo Active Member

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    PHP:
    Time:     Tue Jun  7 23:32:26 2011 +0430

    The following 
    list of files have FAILED the md5sum comparison testThis means that the file has been changed in some wayThis could be a result of an OS update or application upgrade. If the change is unexpected it should be investigated:

    /
    usr/bin/pearFAILED
    /usr/bin/peardevFAILED
    /usr/bin/peclFAILED
    /usr/bin/phpFAILED
    /usr/bin/php5FAILED
    /usr/bin/php5-cgiFAILED
    /usr/bin/php5-cliFAILED
    /usr/bin/php-cgiFAILED
    /usr/bin/php-cliFAILED
    /usr/local/bin/lsphpFAILED
    /usr/local/bin/phpFAILED
    please help me
    many thanks
     
  2. k-planethost

    k-planethost Well-Known Member

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    I agree with @k-planethost , everytime /scripts/upcp runs , or any other type of installation using cPanel ( Pecl / Perl ) modules the overall md5sum of the binary files for the software which has been updated/changed changes thus the reason for this message.

    However considering that all binary files are PHP related, i would say you ran a full rebuild of your PHP and Apache configuration lately ( or otherwise LiteSpeed as much as i can see ) .
     
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