I have been hacked (WAS: Have I been hacked or is nmap wrong?)

chris at i13i.com chris at i13i.com
Wed Jan 18 06:51:30 PST 2006

sendmail_enable="NONE" would do the same as all that other crap mentioned
i find it a waste of time trying to figure out how a hacker got in just
format the machine reinstall freebsd and secure the box up a bit and try
updating it when vulnerabilitie are out. And this shouldnt happen again

>> Also, I said smtp ports were open on the machines in question, I just
>> verified
>> that I can send emails via BOTH these systems even though no
>> sendmail/exim/whatever was ever installed by me and
>> sendmail_enable="None" on
>> both.
> For what it's worth, to disable senmail on 5.0 and later, you need:
> sendmail_enable="NO"
> sendmail_submit_enable="NO"
> sendmail_outbound_enable="NO"
> sendmail_msp_queue_enable="NO"
> All those lines need to go in your /etc/rc.conf file, just the top line on
> it's own will only stop mail coming into your system and I think it has to
> be
> "NO" not "None", but I'm not 100% on that.
> The above is from the Handbook:
> http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/mail-changingmta.html
> --
> Paul
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