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Has anyone herd of .my.cnf.swm and .my.cnf.swn because rootkit hunter suspects it as a possible rootkit or some type of other vulnerability?...
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    Possible security Issue!


    Has anyone herd of .my.cnf.swm and .my.cnf.swn because rootkit hunter suspects it as a possible rootkit or some type of other vulnerability?

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    Google returns nothing on either which leads me to believe they are NOT standard Linux type files that rootkit hunter can report as vulnerabilities that really aren't. To be safe and secure, I'd assume they are vulnerabilities and deal with the situation accordingly.
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    Yea that is where i looked first but then after word i did some digging and found that are files from mysql.

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