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Re: [suse-security] /bin/login file dissapeared
  • From: "Kheli" <cydonia@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 11:48:30 +0700 (WIT)
  • Message-id: <1868.202.159.11.228.1078894110.CBNWebMail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Thank u, I will try to reinstall the box.




> On Wednesday 10 March 2004 04:09, Kheli wrote:
>
>> Recently i can't telnet to my linux box. A warning appears. It said that
>> it cannot find /bin/login file. I cannot login through console either. I
>> just can ssh to my box.
>>
>> My Linux box is running Red Hat 7.2 Kernel 2.4.19. I use the box as
>> squid
>> proxy server and Apache web server.
>>
>> What should i do ?
>
> Sorry if I find it funny that you ask on a SuSE security list what you
> must do
> about your antique(!) Redhat version which is (very likely) compromised.
>
> But that aside, you should seriously consider abandoning the box, i.e.
> backup
> your content-files, fully format the disk and install some fresh, recent
> distribution. Alternatively you can try to install and run Chkrootkit
> (chkrootkit.org) if you're feeling adventurous. But that won't help
> getting
> your box back in a useful state. It can only tell you if your suspicions
> are
> probably right (that you have been "owned") or not.
>
>> Thanks
> Good luck
>
>
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