Re: Debian audititing tool?
"Dan Hutchinson" <email@example.com> writes:
> Sorry I miss read your response.
> Well you can get the source kernel and run it threw the fornesics program
> then compile it possible.
> Anyway it will help with open trojans and virus anyway.
There's a couple of things that could go wrong here:
- gcc could be modified to include a backdoor in the kernel,
something like the way described here:
- The trojan could be a Linux kernel module that hides itself from
any system calls that might detect it, substituting innocuous code,
and different MD5 checksums. You can easily find modules like this
quite easily on the web.
Carey Evans http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/c.evans/
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