Re: Have I been hacked?
just lots of
May 7 06:03:06 dev1 -- MARK --
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hobbs, Richard" <email@example.com>
To: "Ian Goodall" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2003 3:27 PM
Subject: Re: Have I been hacked?
> Check /var/log/messages to see if anything happened before 14:49 on 7
> you running "logcheck"?? It emails you daily reports of important goings
> like user's crontab changes, logins, su's and other important things. it's
> very useful for spotting non-normal operations like ls.
> Quoting Ian Goodall <email@example.com>:
> > I am running a debian woody server and when I checked the last users
> > yesterday I a large number of logins in the list. On running the command
> > today I get the following:
> > dev1:/home/ian# last
> > ian pts/0 172.16.3.195 Wed May 7 14:49 still logged
> > team1 pts/0 blue99.ex.ac.uk Wed May 7 13:21 - 13:57 (00:35)
> > I have run chkrootkit but nothing was found.
> > I have never had this before. Am I being paranoid or is someone trying
> > cover up their tracks?
> > Thanks
> > ijg0
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