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LSM interpretation [moved]

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Alexandre Duran, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. Alexandre Duran

    Alexandre Duran Well-Known Member

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    LSM interpretation

    Hi,

    I am installed LSM (http://rfxnetworks.net/lsm.php) in my server.

    I receive the message below, but but the message doesn't help.
    What does this message mean? I didn't find any information on LSM in LSM site.

    This alert is to
    notify the addressed users of new server sockets. New server sockets can
    indicate server-software that has been started on your host, or otherwise
    be an indication to malicious activity. It is advised to review this alert
    and investigate if needed.

    Following is a summary of new Internet Server Sockets:

    >> tcp 0 0 69.57.143.22:21592 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN -


    Following is a summary of a new Unix Domain Sockets:
    no changes to Unix Domain Sockets
     
  2. chirpy

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    I would suggest that you ask on their support forums since it has nothing to do with cPanel.
     
  3. WillyMore

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    alot of cpanelers use rfx's tools. There must be a place for this post on cpanels forums.
     
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    Well, they have their own forums and provide their own support, so that would be the ideal place to get support. The scripts are not targetted at any one particular server environment save for Linux.
     

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