kris at obsecurity.org
Sun Apr 9 18:12:00 UTC 2006
On Sun, Apr 09, 2006 at 08:39:51PM +0300, Vitaliy K wrote:
> ??, questions!
> I badly know english, beforehand I apologize for the illiteracy.
> I ask the help you in the decision of my problem.
> I have loaded program stock-takings rootkit from a site
> Has started, and has received below resulted result. I am disturbed
> with a line Checking `date'... INFECTED
> # ./chkrootkit
> ROOTDIR is `/'
> Checking `amd'... not infected
> Checking `basename'... not infected
> Checking `biff'... not infected
> Checking `chfn'... not infected
> Checking `chsh'... not infected
> Checking `cron'... not infected
> Checking `date'... INFECTED
> How to me to be? It is a mistake of developers of the program or yours?
Most likely the program is wrong, this kind of utility really only
makes wild guesses. But you never know, so if you have other reason
to believe your system was compromised you should still consider
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