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Trojans Found NOW WHAT?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gunmuse, Jul 28, 2003.

  1. gunmuse

    gunmuse Well-Known Member

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    I ran the Trojan finder. It found Trojans so now what? The list is HUGE. So there must be software that will clean it. Any help with that?

    On that note.

    What is some of this stuff I can install. Is there a list somewhere that tells me what each RPM does. I.e. I need a firewall. Some good antivirus that will do daily updates on the knowledge base. Surely that is built into this vast system. But I would never know unless I knew what the rpm would be called. So help there would be nice as well.

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    reddrake Well-Known Member

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    hello, saying Trojans found, does not mean there were trojans. That system is not really used. I suggest you finding something differnet, it detects certain things as trojans.

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    Yes, that system seems to not be too reliable. That is not to say you do not have Trojans installed. You might. But, when I setup a new CPanel box, I used WHM to check for Trojans and it found many. So, I assume it is not very accurate.

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    It's a good reference,

    You might want to run it on a clean server with the same configuration, OS, Firewall, then compare if there are any discrepancies between the two servers in the trojan finder.

    Why does the word trojan make me giggle when I hear it? (man I need to grow up)

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    Good laugh...

    LOL!

    The comedy in here helps me throughout the day. Some stuff you guys say are HILARIOUS, especially the wording...I can just imagine a person's facial expression when they typed what they wrote...haha.

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