Re: Security Breach: A zero byte file created in my home directory
On 2007-05-15 08:48:44 -0700, Andrew Sackville-West wrote:
> If you're already compromised, chkrootkit won't do you any good as it
> could be compromised too.
Perhaps reboot the machine in single user (in case a rootkit is run
from the init files), check the ctime of chkrootkit, and if it is OK,
this means that it hasn't been compromised.
> I recommend you take the machine offline and monitor it for more
> similar activity. If the activity occurs while offline, its probably
> your doing, at not someone else's.
If some daemon has been installed, there could be some activity...
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