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I know very little about this particular crack, but I *think* that it should be safe to transfer pictures, etc., and that the only risk is in transferring executable files. ...
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    I know very little about this particular crack, but I *think* that it should be safe to transfer pictures, etc., and that the only risk is in transferring executable files.

    Of course, if there's more than one crack on your system, then who knows!

    Have you tried rkhunter yet?
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    since i am new to rkhunter, I have googled installation guide and installed rkhunter, chkrootkit and unhide.

    without changing configuration, I have performed rkhunter --update and rkhunter -c

    ---------------------------- Scan results ----------------------------

    MD5 scan
    Scanned files: 0
    Incorrect MD5 checksums: 0

    File scan
    Scanned files: 342
    Possible infected files: 0

    Application scan
    Vulnerable applications: 0

    Scanning took 231 seconds

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    not sure why MD5 scan is not supported. it seems that the server is not infected. since i am new to this, i don't know how to practically scan the server. please give some suggestions. thanks

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