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lfd on yourserver.com: Suspicious File Alert

Discussion in 'Security' started by polkocholo, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. polkocholo

    polkocholo Active Member

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    Time: Sun Jun 5 19:35:35 2011 +0430
    File: /tmp/bds
    Reason: Linux Binary
    Owner: youruser:youruser (821:817)
    Action: Moved into /etc/csf/suspicious.tar


    i received this email from lfd

    could you please help me?


    many thanks
     
  2. dalem

    dalem Well-Known Member
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    Best to ask this question at the configserver forums as it from csf


    your youruser:youruser has exploitable software running
     
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  3. kbob

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    @polkocholo The file in question " /tmp/bds " is know to be created from PHP based shell scripts used to compromise security on the server which is the reason it got moved to the suspicions folder .

    And you have all the information you need , the user which was running the script is - youruser: check which domain correspond to the user in question and suspend it accordingly. Or otherwise contact the user if he is a known to you individual.
     
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    i suggest delete that file!!!

    rm /tmp/bds
     
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