Re: [OT] Rootkit queston
Date: Sat Dec 06 2003 - 11:08:20 EST
Samium Gromoff wrote:
On Mon, 1 Dec 2003, Richard B. Johnson wrote:
You can check for a common 'root attack', if you have inetd,
by looking at the last few lines in /etc/inetd.conf.
It may have some access port added that allows anybody
who knows about it to log in as root from the network.
It will look something like this:
# End of inetd.conf.
4002 stream tcp nowait root /bin/bash --
How is it an attack?
(in order to write to inetd.conf you need to be root already)
he probably meant "rootkit" instead of "root attack" and as the subject
reveals, that's what the thread was all about.
BOFH excuse #13:
we're waiting for [the phone company] to fix that line
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