Sven Rudolph wrote:
> Mike Schmitz <email@example.com> writes:
> > At my ISP I have been allowed to install a debian mirror. The server that
> > it is on may have been compromised by hackers. I would like to check to make
> > sure that the mirror itself has not been modified, but do not want to do them
> > one at a time. Could someone give me a hint on how to proceed?
> I hope I understood the problem ...
> Ensure that the indices/md5sums file is ok, and then run `md5sum -c
> indices/md5sums' in the debian directory. This checks all files listed
> in indices/md5sums.
Check that the kernel and md5sum is clean also. Maybe make a rescuedisk
on a hacker free computer, take the compronmised one frm the net and
tehn boot with the clean rescuedisk and only use commands from that
May the Source be with you.
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