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SubjectRe: Is this a compromise and how?

> Pretty cool huh?
>
> Let me know if you would like a copy of the code.
>
> A quick strace shows that it binds to port 24000.
>
> It also contains a list of 5 IP addrs. I suspect it doesn't
> broadcast, but allows people in from those IPs.
>
> Anyone know what has happened? I religiously install the redhat
> updates, and am subscribed to the CERT advistors and install
> the fixes the moment I get them.
>
> The system was RedHat 6.2, linux 2.2.17pre14 at the time the
> breakin occured.
>
> I've been running firewalled with only services I provide turned
> on for access, and in /etc/inetd.conf.
>
> What is keeping strlib.h from appearing ls's? A hacked ls command?

Yep. Looks like a rootkit to me.



Igmar

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