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Trojan Horses detected on a clean install

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mpkossen, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. mpkossen

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    I've installed cPanel on a new, clean VPS (immediately after the OS was loaded) and after each ucpc run, I get the following e-mail:

    I have already run chkrootkit and rkhunter, which both said not much was going on. I even reinstalled the server once (complete OS reload and reinstall of cPanel), but to no avail. I've search for a recent thread regarding this, but haven't found anything to ease my thoughts about this (most threads are over 4 years old and the recent ones haven't got the same affected applications).

    Any idea if I should be worried and what might be causing this?
     
  2. cPanelTristan

    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Is this the exact contents of the email? Could you post the header of the email as well?
     
  3. mpkossen

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    This the the full e-mail. I've removed my e-mail addresses and server name from the headers (replaced with placeholders):

     
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    You must consider the possibility of false positives. I have several Trojan Horses apparently detected by WHM, one of which is a fresh installation of WHMCS, others which are the default versions of core system files.
     
  5. mpkossen

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    I was thinking the same, that it are all false positives. However, I'd like to be sure they are and if they are, they should not be detected as Trojans.
     

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