Re: intrusion detection
David Bernier wrote:
Osamu Aoki wrote:
On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 09:55:32PM +0630, David Bernier wrote:
Dear Debian users,
I think my computer was hacked. A music CD that I bought in a store
standard) was left in the CD/DVD bay. Then, mysteriously, a song
by Destiny's Child ("Jumpin' Jumpin' ") got transformed into the
*.ogg format, but
I didn't ask for that. Same sound from stereo playing Redbook format
and the *.ogg file on the hard drive ...
I do not have hard facts but tis seems to be just clicking wrong
key/mouse which caused to creaye such thing. ...
So I took a test-drive of Ubuntu 8.04 Live CD, and then did a complete
reinstall. Now, I'm using Ubuntu and the firestarter firewall.
I'd like to know about ideas for security, including for example
If you are playing with Ubuntu, please ask their mailing list.
Then you get better support.
Yes. Truth is I left the music CD in the bay and the BIOS settings had
the CD/DVD drive as
the first boot device. It may have contributed to my Debian
The Gnome system monitor now shows incoming traffic at 4 kB/sec every
20 seconds. Maybe
this is when my computer contacts an SNTP server ( simple network time
Would a package such as ethereal tell me what this traffic is?
I got an email today from a list that I never subscribed to. The message
body and headers were
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